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JetSetMe is a project that visually displays the roaming habits of mobile phones that operate on the O2 network. The company Provides the JetSetMe API that allows developers to create applications that make use of this data. In the United Kingdom O2, owned by Telefónica, is the second-largest telecommunications provider. JetSetMe taps into network resources to access the information necessary to understand how users move throughout Europe.
If Yahoo shut down its mapping APIs, would anyone notice? Apparently not, as there's been little written about the company's recent announcement that makes official what we've all seen for some time: Yahoo will not be a player in Maps, instead relying on its partner, Nokia. As of September 13, the Yahoo Maps API will go away. The company is already suggesting developers migrate to Nokia's Ovi Maps API.
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DigitalGlobe GBDX Authentication
||The DigitalGlobe GBDX Authentication API allows you to get access to DigitalGlobe's GBDX platform. GBDX uses OAuth2 for authentication and authorization, and you will need your GBDX username,...||Big Data||05.09.2017|
DigitalGlobe GBDX Web Application
||The GBDX web application provides a way to find the tasks that meet your business needs, to define your area of interest, and to organize your work and track your progress. Google Chrome, Firefox,...||Big Data||05.09.2017|