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Google is closing Freebase, a community-curated database of well-known people, places, and things, and providing a tool that will enable its data to be imported into the Wikidata project.
Cloud Elements is an API aggregation service aimed at helping developers use a single API abstraction layer to integrate with multiple SaaS products at once.
Apple's highly restricted iAd advertising program has long been a tiny business thanks to those restrictions, but now it has released an API.
ProgrammableWeb compares Yahoo's new pricing for the Yahoo BOSS Search API with the pricing for Google Custom Search and Microsoft Bing Search.
Microsoft releases beta version of OneNote Search API, and Bing search technology powers the full text search features of the latest OneNote API.
Twitter has announced a brand new search architecture that indexes every public Tweet since 2006. It allows for queries that search through recent or popular Tweets.
Monster now integrates Twitter's API to allow companies to target their job advertising to specific types of candidates.
Google recently added a new Android intent that gives developers the ability to enable voice search in their apps.
A conference focused solely on predictive APIs will summarize the current landscape and key players and discuss emerging trends in this API subsector.
Facebook ponies up even more for developers finding bugs. Apple squeezes out more performance with Metal.
An overview of the new Digital Ocean v2 API which just entered into public beta. Developers will have an opportunity to help it improve with feedback.
Event marketing calendar Localist takes a platform approach, combining API aggregation with services like SeatGeek to create a viable business model.
MuleSoft's Enterprise Service Bus is now used by UK broadcaster Channel 4 to get information to partners.