Google, in what appears to be a new initiative to make their APIs more secure for end users and easier to for developers to work with, has begun rolling out OAuth 2.0 support for its APIs. This brings about two major changes in how apps integrate with Google APIs.
When it comes to security in the age of the Internet of Things (IoT) it’s clear that the convergence of both digital and physical paradigms in going to be required. At the South by Southwest conference next month Brivo Labs will release APIs designed to allow developers to achieve that goal.
We all know we can search web pages for text, but many services are looking to go above and beyond with features like location and face tagging. The big downside to these features is that they rely on end users have to manually enter in the appropriate data. Really, when was the last time you tagged all the people in the 200 photos you just uploaded to Facebook? To help automate the process of face recognition, face.com have just opened their API.