The eWAY Rapid Java SDK by eWAY allows developers to integrate the eWAY Rapid Java API's payment methods into their Java applications. Integrating with Maven is recommended, since it will add both the SDK and all of its dependencies to the developer's project.
Without the dot, "cardio" is Rule #1 in Zombieland. With the dot, card.io is PayPal's latest acquisition: the startup formerly known as Lumber Labs, whose technology allows developers to integrate credit card payments into any iOS or Android app with no additional hardware.
With Lemonade Stand, users can search for things to buy in a location-based manner, or add their own listings of things they wish to sell. The application is currently available as a client for Android, with a possible Windows Phone 7 version on the way soon as well, from a 3rd party developer that released an early version. Its Lemonade Stand API allows other developers to either code their own clients or use it in mashups.