Twitter recently announced what developers have been expecting since at least its Chirp conference. Links posted to Twitter will soon be passed through the company's own link shortener, t.co. It could be bad news for other services built to fill the link shortening need, such as Bit.ly (our Bit.ly API profile).
The Take.io API from Brazil has a REST protocol with data formats in XML and JSON. According to Take.net, "The take.io RESTful API currently defines five services: SSO, Core, Billing, Messages and Reports." The company states further that, "Take.io is Take.net DNA translated into a set of APIs designed to allow companies to use SMS, MMS, voice, pricing, location, CRM, etc., all of which are integrated with their existing systems."