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Google Lays Out Schedule for Transition to 64-Bit Apps

Google wants to ensure a greater percentage of apps have 64-bit versions for newer devices. That's why Google recently revealed a revised set of deadlines for developers, who will need to update their apps if they want to continue distributing them via the Play Store. Here's what you need to know.
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Daily API RoundUp: ORY, Trawlingweb, MuckRock, Kami

Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Financial, News Services, and Authentication. Featured APIs include an API for Instagram content publishing for businesses and an API for public records and government transparency. Here's a look at what is new.

Daily API RoundUp: BullPay, Star Wars Quotes, FutureMargin

Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Cryptocurrency, Hardware, and Networking. Highlights include APIs for retrieving digital content from the University of California, and an API which returns the elevation of an application user.

Ockam Open Sources its IoT SDK

Ockam refers to itself as the Twilio of IoT. With that tagline, it's hoping to make IoT developers' lives much easier with simple IoT development tools that scale and interoperate with ease. Accordingly, the Ockam SDK is now open sourced at GitHub. SDK users become part of the Ockam Network.

Daily API RoundUp: Userly, GraphQL 360, Pickpoint, Coinpaprika

Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Cryptocurrency, 3D, and Location. Featured today is an API that detemines if email addresses are disposable, and an API for creating panoramic 3D grapics. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.

TrueLayer Expands Banking API to Germany

UK banking API provider, TrueLayer, has made its first major international expansion. Starting this month, the company is beginning to build its presence in Germany. A full, public beta for the Germany Data API is scheduled to begin in March 2019. Roadmap countries include France, Italy, and Spain.

GitHub Announces Unlimited Free Private Repos

​GitHub announced that it will provide users with free access to an unlimited amount of private repositories, the only restriction being a limit of 3 collaborators per repository. GitHub also announced the unification of key enterprise products, with the intention of providing increased flexibility.