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Google says it will close down the old version of Webmaster Tools API on April 20, the same day ClientLogin shuts down, requiring developers to switch to the new API by that date.
MarkLogic 8 focuses on developer experience, semantics, and bitemporal data management in latest upgrade.
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.
DBaaS startup Appbase has announced the public launch of the Appbase platform and real-time, events-based database API. The company is aiming to become a "Twilio for databases."
EBay officially deprecated certain Shopping API calls in 2011; however, the API has continued to respond. At the end of February, three API calls will cease to function.
DreamFactory Software's new support for IBM DB2 databases enables developers to invoke legacy data by using REST APIs.
To fill a general lack of talent, Paul Graham of Y-Combinator argues for decreasing legal hindrances to allow exceptional immigrant programmers access to employment within the U.S.
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.
Software providers can now utilize the DBMaestro Open API Platform for product development and database release automation services.
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.