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Amazon recently released Amazon Maps API version 2.0. The mapping API has long enabled developers to add maps to their apps for Amazon’s Fire Tablets and the Fire Phone.
Google Maps provides users with the ability to embed Street View and Photo Sphere images and integrate this functionality with third-party sites.
Facebook subsidiary Oculus VR has released an SDK for developers that is, at least in this initial version, exclusively designed for the Samsung Gear Innovator Edition on Note 4.
Photo-sharing service Snapchat has started warning people who use unauthorized third-party apps that take advantage of its undocumented API.
Lytro, creator of an innovative photography technology, has unveiled its first development kit that promising photographers the ability to create perfect photos with ease.
Giphy, animated search engine for discovering and sharing GIF images, has expanded its API offering to included a Sticker API.
Last week, popular photo-sharing service Snapchat made headlines after photos its users had sent were leaked. Snapsaved.com has acknowledged that it was the source of the incident.
The new Mapbox Surface API allows developers to create custom geographical data sources, query Mapbox maps programmatically and more.
Mapbox is developing an Upload API and Walking Directions API. Both APIs will be released to a wider audience in the near future.
Google has released Google Maps Engine API v1.0, which includes new CRUD operation functionality.
At ProgrammableWeb's API conference to be held in London, Lokku co-founder Ed Freyfogle will explain how to make a successful venture out of aggregating public and private APIs.
Amplifon enhances Google Street Maps with sound. Hackcess to Justice winners put their apps to work.