The official Treasure Data iOS SDK allows to send data from an iOS application to Treasure Data. Contents available explain how to install the library, initialize the library, send events to the cloud, and track the app installation.
As announced on the Flickr Blog, Flickr has launched a new website for developers: Flickr Code. And besides announcing the new site they've both a) given interesting details on just how much API traffic they do each day (see below), and b) they announced they're open sourcing Flickr Uploadr, the cross-platform (Windows and OS X) desktop tool for uploading photos to Flickr.
This year's Mobile World Congress features a bigger focus on what can be done with the data produced by mobile devices. In that vein, various organizations within the U.N. have given thought to how this data can be used to better the world. This article looks at how APIs can play a role.
Given the rabid nature of most of their fan base, professional football teams were among the first organizations to see the value of developing mobile applications to get closer to those fans. The problem for most teams now is the stadium WiFi experience they provide to their most loyal fans leaves much to be desired.