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Accusoft API integrates any-format HTML5 document viewing into web applications.
Dropbox yesterday announced it is rolling out advanced team-management capabilities through Groups, which will be available to its Dropbox for Business customers.
Google Cloud Debugger now supports Java applications running on Compute Engine. Earlier it supported only applications running on managed VMs.
Google Cloud Platform did not have a messaging service available for developers. This is no longer the case with the release of Google Cloud Pub/Sub.
Google Cloud Status Dashboard provides information on service disruptions across various services on its platform.
IBM opened a Watson Zone where it will consolidate access to APIs for the cognitive computing platform along with other supporting tools and documents for developers.
In a move that extends the scope of its cloud services to include two-factor authentication, Twilio today announced the acquisition of Authy.
Real-time music aggregator Musikki has recently releases its Music API. This API gives third-party access to “IMDB of music.”
The OneDrive API will let developers add Microsoft's cloud storage service to their own apps.
API Harmony offering provides contextual search across public APIs.
A new tool from Google Cloud Platform now scans your App Engine apps for known web security vulnerabilities.
Senzari announced the upcoming release of MovieGraph, a new platform that allows developers to add a Netflix-like recommendation experience to applications.
CloudRail, the cloud storage provider, has extended their Universal API with the addition of a Box.com integration and the release of an SDK for Node.js.
EMC company Cloudscaling has released a drop-in replacement for OpenStack's Nova EC2 API.
Systemline is promoting an "Open API" for their home music systems to attract more manufacturers and installers.