The Sphero SDK allows developers to create mobile apps utilizing the ball gaming system. Sphero provides SDK access for both iOS (written in Objective-C) and Android (written in Java) devices. Developers can change everything from the setup and color of the UI to the actual functionality of the ball. Sphero is a robotic ball gaming system that users can control with a tilt, touch, or swing from their smartphone or tablet.
Californians have long had the ability to track lottery updates on their mobile phones, or get updates via the lottery's Twitter account. However, with the release of the CA Lottery API, developers may have entered the scene as California's latest player of the odds.
For those who get their kicks out of a good old physical board game, BoardGameGeek is a fun application that may be of interest. It's an online board gaming resource and community that is constantly updated in real-time by it's growing list of users. Users from across the world can participate in reviews, ratings and live discussion forums, add images, find play-aids, access session reports and more. BoardGameGeek also provides the BoardGameGeek API which means this functionality can be easily accessed and integrated with other applications.