GigPark

GigPark is a local business recommendation service where you can see places your friends suggest. From real estate agents and lawyers, to hairdressers and chiropractors, the GigPark community helps you find the best service businesses near you. The GigPark API makes some of this recommendation data available to developers. Retrieve individual business, user and recommendation data, returned as developer-friendly JSON.
GigPark

Google Shopping Search

Google Shopping Search lets developers create applications to search for products. Developers can create product comparison apps or provide search and discovery tools for users. The API simplifies access to product data and is optimized to deliver the most relevant product results.
Google Shopping Search

Google Shopping Content

Google allows merchants to list their products for web searchers to be able to access on Google or via the Google Shopping Search API. The Google Shopping Content API helps merchants and those whose clients are merchants manage their product data programmatically. Using the API, developers can post new items, edit existing items, or delete items, so that your current inventory remains searchable.
Google Shopping Content

Mochi Media Flash Games

Mochi Media Flash Games API is a feed of free Flash games that can be used integrated into any website. The feed parameters can be changed to pull more or less games, to pull games from certain categories or rating levels, or to pull games in certain languages (eg, excluding Chinese language games). The game feed is updated once a day at 12am PST.
Mochi Media Flash Games

SciVerse Framework and Content

With SciVerse APIs, developers can build applications that appear alongside full text articles, journal abstracts and search results within the SciVerse Product Suite: ScienceDirect, Scopus and SciVerse Hub. The SciVerse Applications platform has two major components: The SciVerse Application Framework utilizes Shindig, an implementation of Open Social, as its core. The Framework APIs render the application within the browser and provide contextual information to the application including the user's query, preferences and the page he is viewing. SciVerse Content APIs for accessing the content currently available within the SciVerse Product Suite. The APIs use a RESTful protocol and responses are formatted in either XML, JSON or ATOM + XML.
SciVerse Framework and Content

Feedzilla

Feedzilla is a news feeds distributor, providing headlines and news feeds in over 2,000 categories for websites, blogs and common users. Feedzilla aggregates news feeds from over 250,000 sources, then processes and categorizes the news feeds in over 2,000 categories. Feedzilla’s news API offers easy and quick access to a vast database of news headlines.
Feedzilla

Google Latitude

The Google Latitude API allows for websites and developers to integrate with Google Latitude, which lets users update and read their current location, their location history, and other geo-related information. In Latitude, a location is a record of where a user was at a given time. A location always contains a latitude, a longitude and a timestamp. It might also contain more details about the position of the user at that time, such as altitude, or metadata about how the position itself was captured, such as accuracy. A user typically has a current location, which represents the most recent known position of the user. In some cases, however, a user might decide to temporarily hide, making their position invisible to Latitude friends. A hidden user has no current location. A user can opt to have their locations stored as a time series by Google. This collection of positions is called the user's location history.
Google Latitude