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Google announced a suite of new security and authentication APIs with the Google Identity Platform. The platform includes Smart Lock, Google Sign-in and Google Identity Toolkit.
A major security vulnerability in Apache Cordova could give attackers the ability to tamper with Android applications with just a single click.
To coincide with Google I/O today, productivity app Evernote has released version 2.0 of its Evernote for Android SDK. The new release is available now on GitHub.
Looking to score dinner reservations or tickets to a concert? Fetch brings that service to the Apple Watch automatically thanks to Mindmeld's artificial intelligence API.
CallDirek opened its mobile top-up and international communications API for integration with third-party apps. App integration expands its already vast footprint.
Meerkat has unveiled a public API that developers can use to build their own experiences around some of the popular app's functionality.
Samsung revealed an Internet of Things platform called Artik. It includes a family of processors for devices in addition to developer tools.
Wercker, a Docker-based continuous delivery platform startup, has released a public beta preview of the Wercker API, which provides access to Wercker platform information.
Built.io has added new real-time capabilities to its mobile backend as a service (MBaaS) platform by enabling websockets which allow bi-directional, event-based communication.
Appery.io became the first app building platform to offer backend security options to block malicious links and nsfw content. The service is powered by the MetaCert Security API.
Six APIs were added to the directory today in the Wearable, Payments, and Science categories, among others. Also added were several ProfitBricks SDKs. Here are the highlights.
Facebook is forcing all developers to upgrade to API version 2.0. The change is good for end users, but not so good for developers.
Enterprise app developers looking to test their apps outside of the Google Play Store or iTunes App Store will be pleased to know Applivery is open for service.
Opbeat releases application performance study that shows most errors on mobile and Web applications occur outside the normal business day.