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Today, Google announced a number of new tools for game developers at its annual Dev Day event at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco.
The Google Maps team unveiled a Maps API checker that uncovers API pitfalls. The checker functions as a Chrome Extension and displays identified issues in a browser's address bar.
ACRES has launched a multi-user interface to share clinical research data. The free platform allows over 750,000 research institutions worldwide to collaborate and share research.
Microsoft pushed out an update to its Band wearable and at the same time made available a Band SDK Preview. The SDK promises to let developers target the Band with their own apps.
Digital maps and mapping platforms are very popular these days. This article features the top 10 most popular mapping APIs on ProgrammableWeb.
Game server platform service provider GameUp has expanded login options for developers. Users can sign in via a social network, anonymously, or via a GameUp login.
Social APIs span a wide range of capabilities and meet wide-ranging criteria for organizations. These APIs rank among the best in the category.
LinkedIn today announced major changes to its developer program that will see a number of now-public APIs become accessible only to select LinkedIn partners.
Facebook has announced a tool that migrates an app to Graph API v2.0 with the flip of a button. The tool eliminates the need for new code or redeployment.
Glow uses Walgreens' Rx API to allow automatic prescription refills for birth control pills.
This article features companies that sell wearable electronics designed for consumers interested in personal health, fitness culture and quantified self.
Coinding is launching a Bitcoin GameDev Hackathon that focuses on promoting the inclusion of bitcoin in gaming. First place will receive $3,000.
Within days of the Super Bowl, researchers at mobile gateway provider Wandera have apparently discovered a severe vulnerability in the National Football League's mobile app.