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Twitter's Vine team has released an oEmbed API endpoint designed to make it easier to embed a Vine into a website.
Twitter has announced a brand new search architecture that indexes every public Tweet since 2006.
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.
Scratch, an online learning tool that teaches kids how to code, has provided a new version of its API that gives developers access to its data and some new features.
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.
Lithium's APIs enable brands to extend their service by implementing online communities, and accessing social data to incorporate into analytics.
Facebook has updated its Facebook Graph API to allow developers to hide and unhide comments of page posts. Facebook updated its changelog yesterday to reflect the updates.
The partnership promises to make Twitter data more accessible to developers and end users beginning in the first quarter of 2015.
Pearson has launched its second Student Coding Contest, and the submission date has been extended.
Qucit offers predictive bikeshare availability API for the town of Bordeaux. SAP HANA launches API and other cloud tools.
Giphy, animated search engine for discovering and sharing GIF images, has expanded its API offering to included a Sticker API.
Infinigon Group, real-time social analytics solution provider, has launched an API for access to its ECHO platform.
European Open API Platform FIWARE is making 80 million EUR available to startups and small to medium enterprises (SMEs) to build the next generation of innovative tech.