The Google Fit SDK is an open ecosystem made up of Android device APIs & a RESTful API for all platforms to access. The APIs access wearable device sensors to sync Google Fit data with a single repository, the Google Fit Store, where they can interface data with 3rd party applications. The SDK consists of the fitness store, a sensor framework, permission and user controls, and the Google Fit APIs.
Github releases its platform for Windows, Github 2.0. PayPal looks to use Apple's Touch ID for payments. Plus: Dropbox announces updates to the Sync and Datastore APIs, and SOA Software introduces API syndication.
BikeSpike created a handy piece of hardware that easily affixes to any bicycle frame. The device contains a GPS device that can certainly track your mileage or help plan a route; but let's face it, your smartphone can do that much while sitting in your pocket (or underneath your biking tights). BikeSpike's mission goes beyond a simple GPS. BikeSpike offers automatic crash and tamper protection. BikeSpike aims to help users when they are unable to actually ride the bike. To spark further innovation around its hardware, BikeSpike provides an open API targeted at the developer community.