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After seeking out people in the developer community who shared their data interoperability issue, Yet Analytics received surprising help from the US Department of Defence.
Jim Fowler, CEO of the new Owler, explains where APIs fit in to their global vision and why data-as-a-service business models need to be more than data aggregators
OBS Logistics will announce the impending launch of its VEhub mobile app for vehicle management at the forthcoming CV Show. The app integrates with TomTom's Telematics API.
With the new ability to add a request endpoint to third-party apps, Uber has announced a two-month-long virtual hackathon to generate innovative ideas.
Thirty-one cities agree to API standards in a new initiative between the FIWARE open API platform and the Connected Smart Cities Network.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration has adopted cutting edge API uptake strategies to bring their API tools to a wider audience.
The launch of a new API portal shows how governments around the world are focusing on government API discoverability.
A new international data hackathon event series aims to encourage developers to use APIs to create smart city applications.
The UK Treasury is looking into banking API standardization as it tries to keep up with global pace.
The U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is realigning its online search tools to an API architecture — meaning developers can start accessing data via open API.
Extra transit information and fare prices are now included in Google Maps APIs, bringing increased API functionality previously only accessible from the Google Maps Android app.
The US and the UK announced an upcoming "Cambridge v. Cambridge" Hackathon. The hackathon will pit MIT and University of Cambridge cyber security experts against each other.
Often viewed as a technological laggard, the US Government is breaking the mold when it comes to APIs one agency at at time.
Yelps extends its API to the Department of Transportation's SaferRide app, offering potential drunk drivers convenient suggestions on local taxi services.