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DOTS Email Validation

DOTS Email Validation will improve the effectiveness of your email list marketing. DOTS Email Validation is a real-time web service...

May 20, 2014 by Service Objects

Google blacklist blocking php.net

Claiming the well-known web software site is serving malware, Google's safe browsing API is marking php.net as malicious.

October 24, 2013

Red Hat: Open cloud requires open APIs and stacks

Red Hat announced the release of its Deltacloud 1.0 API last week and insisted that a truly open cloud requires open APIs as well as open source cloud platforms such as OpenStack. Like its sibling CloudForms platform, Red Hat's homegrown Deltacloud API (a project now hosted by the Apache Software Foundation) is repositioned as a tool for building an open hybrid cloud

August 6, 2012 by

RecruitPlus Resume Parser

Resume Parser is a software solution which automatically extract the candidate information, be it personal, professional, experience...

December 24, 2013 by ITCONS e-Solutions

Google launches paid web translation for businesses

Google has invited businesses and commercial software developers to integrate its automated translation service into their web pages and web applications for a fee.In a blog post on Wednesday by Google Translate product manager Jeff Chin, Google announced the release of a paid version of the Google Translate API to go along with the free version for academic users and the Google Website Translator gadget for other users.

August 25, 2011 by

Ozeki Autodialer SMS Gateway

Ozeki NG SMS Gateway is a world class software product that allows companies to send and receive SMS, MMS, Email and voice messages...

January 16, 2013 by Ozeki Autodialer

Intuit enhances Quickbooks by bringing cloud apps to desktop software

Intuit, a trusted name for some 4 million small business customers who manage their finances using the Quickbooks software, is bringing a bit of the cloud to the desktop. The company, like so many others these days, is unveiling an app store of its own and opening its API to developers who want to free the financial data of Quickbooks 2010 into custom apps.

October 26, 2009 by

Power to the people: Tendril introduces mobile API into consumption data

I wrote about Tendril about a month ago, when it signed a partnership deal with one of the bigger metering technology companies, Itron. Now, the company has introduced a mobile software API that will let developers create mobile applications that can pull power consumption information out of smart grid systems using the Tendril Residential Energy Ecosystem (TREE).

March 13, 2009 by

Mobile development: global, competitive & useful… but how?

With the Mobile World Congress just around the corner, it’s no surprise to see a whole heap of mobile marketing malarkey bubbling up this week. A new name to me was the LiMo Foundation, who, I read, are rolling out a “globally competitive” Linux-based software platform (and publicly available API) for mobile handsets.

February 4, 2008 by

LiMo's Linux mobile device platform on tap

The LiMo Foundation said the first release of its Linux-based platform for mobile devices is on track for March delivery.LiMo, a consortium of mobile industry players including Motorola, NEC, NTT DoCoMo, Panasonic, Samsung Electronics and Vodafone, added that its handset software and its application programming interface (API) specs will also be delivered in March.

February 4, 2008 by

Movex involved in drug maker's IT disaster

Australian Pharmaceutical Industries (API) has revealed that a botched migration to Lawson's Movex enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is behind the company's delay in releasing its annual results.On 12 July the drug manufacturer requested a halt to trading of its shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) and said the release of its annual results would be delayed.

July 31, 2006 by

Microsoft announces DirectX 9 beta

Microsoft announced Friday the beta release of the first set of developer tools for DirectX 9, the new version of the graphics software that helps run most Windows-based PC games. DirectX 9 includes new technology for enhanced graphics effects, support of multiplayer games, and new audio tools. The beta release of the API (application programming interface) for DirectX 9.0 is available now to developers who previously registered with Microsoft's beta program. --David Becker, Special to ZDNet News

May 31, 2002 by

Intel shores up peer-to-peer security

Demonstrating progress in its peer-to-peer efforts, Intel Wednesday unveiled security software code that other companies can use when developing peer-to-peer applications.Dubbed the Peer-to-Peer Trusted Library, the release includes full API (application programming interface) documentation and provides support for peer authentication, secure storage, encryption and digital signatures.

February 7, 2001 by

Intel chips in on P2P security

Demonstrating progress in its peer-to-peer efforts, Intel Wednesday unveiled security software code that other companies can use when developing peer-to-peer applications.Dubbed the Peer-to-Peer Trusted Library, the release includes full API (application programming interface) documentation and provides support for peer authentication, secure storage, encryption and digital signatures.

February 7, 2001 by

IBM B2B tech goes open source

IBM is giving the open-source community a Java technology that will allow businesses to connect to a giant online directory for conducting e-commerce transactions.IBM is donating the software code for a Java application programming interface (API), or a set of instructions, that connects businesses to a giant online "Yellow Pages" created by Microsoft and IBM.

January 24, 2001 by

Microsoft trial: It's all in the APIs

As both sides in the Microsoft Corp. (msft) antitrust trial rush to paint their perspective of the software giant’s future -- niggling over handfuls of words and phrases throughout a flurry of last-minute legal documents -- their filings are spotlighting a geeky nugget of technology that for years has spelled dominance for Microsoft: the API.

June 1, 2000 by

MS eyes Talisman for 70fps 3D

Microsoft is trying a second way to make workstation-class 3D graphics a reality on PCs: hardware. While its Direct3D has become a key API for software developers, the new strategy could be a quantum leap in graphics performance.

August 7, 1996 by

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