The Runscope .NET SDK by Darrel Miller allows interaction with the API for testing and monitoring purposes. Example reference shows how to run the HTTP handler. Installation included. Requirements to work with the SDK include a free Runscope account, URLs for requests, and a portable library.
Indie rock band Arcade Fire used HTML5 and the Google Maps API in its latest video to transport us to the neighborhood we grew up in. Director Chris Milk worked with the Google Chrome team to blend music, art, and place into an interactive experience called The Wilderness Downtown. The video mashup takes us into the memories of our youth through Street View and 3D rendered map tiles.
Facebook has updated the Facebook SDK 3.1 for iOS, adding the ability to integrate Facebook in iOS 6 as well as other new features. Apple has added several new native features in iOS 6 including Auth dialog and view controller (share dialog). The Facebook SDK supports the use of these APIs.
Ask Ziggy, best known as the "Siri for Window's Phone," has launched the Ask Ziggy API, which enables natural speech processing within any app. The API enables speech processing, but must be used in conjunction with other speech services to complete the offering (e.g. Nuance, AT&T, etc.). Ask Ziggy expects the API to be used primarily for enhanced in-app search features; however, the opportunities extend much further than basic search.