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TigerText has launched TigerConnect, a platform as a service (PaaS) that provides developers APIs and other tools to add secure messaging capabilities to their applications.
Tropo today announced Tropo Connect, a way for developers to add cloud-based apps to phone calls and text conversations.
ACRES has launched a multi-user interface to share clinical research data. The free platform allows over 750,000 research institutions worldwide to collaborate and share research.
Microsoft pushed out an update to its Band wearable and at the same time made available a Band SDK Preview. The SDK promises to let developers target the Band with their own apps.
Glow uses Walgreens' Rx API to allow automatic prescription refills for birth control pills.
This article features companies that sell wearable electronics designed for consumers interested in personal health, fitness culture and quantified self.
Health apps may come into contact with data protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). APIs can help developers to achieve compliance.
Kolibree announces the market's first connected electric toothbrush, with API, on display this week at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Facebook has acquired voice recognition API provider Wit.ai. The Wit API allows developers to add speech recognition and voice control to any app, regardless of platform.
The hope is to standardize the exchange of Electronic Health Record (EHR) across systems to enable the instant availability of pertinent health information.
Voices.com now provides access to its network of over 125,000 voice-over talent via its newly released API. The API allows developers to offer on-demand voice over to clients.
With the release of Sync 3, Ford completely overhauled its in-vehicle infotainment system, and there are some new tools available to developers.