Wayin announces integration with Facebook APIs

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Wayin announced yesterday that it now integrates with Facebook’s Media Solutions APIs to give brand marketers and media outlets access to public Facebook and Instagram posts within its social media search and analytics platform. When brands are increasingly acting like publishers, it’s crucial … [Read more...]

Pinterest public API release for selected sites

Pinterest API release for selected sites

The new Pinterest public API release is underway, but this new service is only available for selected sites. The first set of Pinterest API’s were recently released, API for those that are not in the know means ‘Application Programming Interface’ which basically means developers can now create … [Read more...]

Android Honeycomb 3.0: What Was Revealed


Talk of what we can expect to see from Android's Honeycomb 3.0 OS and when it will commence, has been greatly anticipated by a huge number of people. As well as the obvious, the customer, retailers have no doubt been itching to hear what Google had to say at their special Android event today. … [Read more...]

6 Tips for Gowalla’s new Check-In API


Gowalla yesterday officially unveiled their new Check-In API, and also gave six tips or "commandments" for developers to follow. According to Techcrunch, this announcement is quite a breakthrough as it enables third-party apps write to Gowalla’s API for the first time. … [Read more...]

Google Wave API: Best New Extensions

At the beginning of March Mashable launched a Google Wave API Challenge, the competition will run for one-month to see what exiting Google Wave extensions their readers could come up with. Looking at some of the results, there are certainly some interesting ones. … [Read more...]

Twitter Location API: Raffi Krikorian promises better support

Twitter Location API- Raffi Krikorian promises better support

We already know that Twitter Location API is available and supports places, but not many of us knew that it only supports latitude and longitude. This is ideal to tell you where you are in the world, but not down to specific buildings and establishments. However, Raffi Krikorian has promised better … [Read more...]