April 22, 2016
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This week at the Twilio Conference, the five finalists of the latest round of the Twilio Fund will be pitching their startups to compete for investment from the micro-fund. The fund is meant to encourage usage of the Twilio API as a platform and was created through a Twilio and 500 Startups partnership.
Everyone has an email address. And it seems everybody is on Facebook or Twitter. Can you start with an email address and end up with the user's photo from one of those social web services? According to two hackers at The Next Web Hackathon, you most definitely can. Email to X won first place, which came with over $3,500 of Amazon Web Services credits. And it turns out the hack, which doesn't always use official APIs, may put those credits to good use.
Google has announced that availability of its Manufacturer Center service has been expanded to more countries and the company has launched the Google Manufacturer Center API. The API allows Manufacturer Center users to programmatically add, update, delete, and distribute product data.