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When we first launched the Google Maps API, it was all about a map, a pin, and a dream. Back then our technical documentation was relatively simple, consisting of a couple of developer docs and some code samples. Since then the Google Maps API has expanded far beyond our expectations, due in large part to...
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AT&T Interactive is launching a contest today to encourage online and mobile application developers to use its APIs to build new uses for local business data. ATTi is trying to tap into the collective creativity and brainpower of the developer community to extent the reach of its online and mobile advertisers. ATTI’s main products are...
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Barnes & Noble has high hopes for its new e-book reader, the NOOK Color. Described by some as half e-reader, half-tablet, the $ 250 device, which runs on Google’s Android operating system, has been sold an estimated 3m times since its debut last November. Now, B&N is eager to develop a strong developer ecosystem. The...
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Developers have arguably never had it better. A big reason for that: there are virtually countless APIs that enable developers to build really cool applications on top of foundations that someone else invested in laying down. When it comes to APIs, however, a lot of attention is focused on popular services that have created platforms...
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Twitter sparked quite the controversy last week when news leaked that the microblogging service would possibly eliminate the need for many the third party features that have sprung up to support the service. The company has been historically open to developers building on its platform, letting third parties take care of everything from analytics to...
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