Popular micro-blogging platform Twitter has announced new "retweet" feature that will be added soon, complete with a new retweet API that will allow developers to access retweets in a variety of ways. As many of you know, the Twitter API (our Twitter API Profile) has quickly become one of the most popular APIs in our API Directory.
The web's largest video site has added a new personalization feature to its YouTube API. Sure to be misunderstood as a privacy concern, the service now lets applications access viewing history for authenticated users. Amazon also made two announcements related to its storage and database services. That and 19 new APIs round out today in APIs.
In September ProgrammableWeb organized a track on social APIs at DataWeek. We were pleased to be supported in the effort by 3Scale. We also invited the company's Steven Willmott to share what he has seen within the rapidly-growing space of social APIs.