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June 7, 2014 By API Software, Inc

Square Deal Free

A tool for credit-card accepting merchants which allows them to compare merchant account rates against PSP/Payfacs like Square, Stripe...

Sponsored by SAP

September 28, 2012 by

Parents Need Mobile Device Management, Too

Parental controls apps are to parents what mobile device management is to IT administrators. This is an area where Android, perhaps surprisingly, may have the lead over iOS.

August 6, 2012 by

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

March 19, 2011 By Route4Me


Route4Me's navigation app makes multi-destination trips quick and easy. Unlike most navigation systems, Route4Me gives you the most...

May 18, 2012 by

Microsoft warns Metro developers over API rules

Developers should refrain from using any non-sanctioned APIs in their Windows 8 Metro-style apps, Microsoft has said.Developer experience manager John Hazen said on Thursday that using APIs not offered as part of the Metro software development kit (SDK) could undermine consumer confidence and make the apps break.

April 18, 2012 by

My fight with Microsoft: why APIs need to be free

With Oracle choosing APIs as a legal battleground on which to tangle with Google's Android, I'm reminded of another time when APIs were used in lieu of competitive products in an attempt to control a marketplace.In another life, I was a software developer.

July 20, 2011 by

Lion: What's the hurry to upgrade?

Mac developers are only now uncovering new bugs in Lion and even more surprising support for entire APIs. The Lion software compatibility picture is unclear and users of old and even recently updated third-party software should be very careful before taking on the new OS version.

April 29, 2009 by

Benchmark shows Eucalyptus the money

The move follow Eucalyptus being made part of Ubuntu Server, but it will certainly help spur enterprise acceptance of cloud computing, and could also help reinforce Amazon's APIs as leaders in the space. The software is available under the simplified BSD license.

November 10, 2008 by

Free GPS tracking for iPhone, Android

If you need to track the whereabouts of your co-workers, or to give them your precise location, try using the free GPS tracking service by InstaMapper. (You still need to pay for mobile data charges though.

April 8, 2008 by

Zoho Show 2.0

Zoho Show 2.0 is great as far as it goes, but don't rely on it exclusively: you'll need an internet-connected PC to use it, and the feature set is still relatively limited.

April 3, 2008 by

Wayback Machine: Microsoft's shot to kill Quicktime video

Ten years ago, give a week or so, Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced QuickTime 3.0 to the National Association of Broadcasters' convention. Behind the scenes in the months before the introduction, Microsoft was playing hardball with hardware and software vendors over its new A/V APIs along with demands to kill the QuickTime competition.

February 25, 2008 by

Bill Gates' departure means Microsoft holy cows are being slaughtered.

That is the take from analyst The 451 Group following Thursday night’s “it looks really big but its actually not” announcement from Microsoft that was positioned by the software giant as if it had come over all fluffy and liberal about sharing its APIs and not stomping all over open source competitors.The analyst had a lot to say on the announcement but this specifically for chief information officers and other top-of-the-food-chain IT pros:Open house at Redmond?

February 21, 2008 by

Sprint plans to open up WiMAX, launch SDK, open APIs

Sprint plans to make its Xohm WiMax service an open platform with open APIs and an software development kit.According to Jason Hiner at Techrepublic, Sprint plans to allow hardware and software makers to develop technology that use its WiMAX network.


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