Firmex, a provider of virtual data room and secure document sharing solutions used by companies worldwide, recently announced the availability of its application programming interface (API) that enables developers to integrate their VDR with existing third-party enterprise systems.
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Although usage for the product has significantly decreased since its introduction at Google I/O, and Google is no longer actively building the Google VR SDK, Google believes Google Cardboard provides a great deal of value to the budding VR industry.
Login VSI, the provider of application performance testing and monitoring for VDI environments announced today the general availability of Login PI version 3.6. Login PI enables customers to measure the availability of their desktop virtualization platform and the applications that run on it.
Postman has added a new Mock Server feature to its popular HTTP client for testing Web services. Now frontend developers and API engineers can simulate API endpoints in a Postman Collection without the need to spin up a backend server and without the hindrances caused by development dependencies.
Google wants developers to make more immersive virtual reality environments for Google Cardboard. In order to help app writers do that, Google updated the Cardboard SDK to include support for spatial sound. In other words, VR apps are about to get a big boost in audio quality.
Google and Lenovo released the first Project Tango handset this week at CES. The phone includes an array of sensors that let apps cover real-world objects with digital overlays. It's sort of like augmented reality on steroids. Project Tango needs apps, and Google us willing to pay.
Espresso Logic recently extended the data virtualization capabilities of its backend-as-a-service, which enables developers to access any application using RESTful APIs.
Hosting provider Rackspace has launched OnMetal, a new hosting offering that give customers the ability to scale their infrastructure using dedicated hardware the same way they do with their existing multi-tenant cloud offering.
Imprivata has launched an API for its OneSign single sign-on product: the OneSign ProveID API. OneSign offers a specialized single sign-on solution custom tailored to the healthcare industry. The new API allows developers in the healthcare industry to deliver electronic health records in a virtual desktop environment.