Adobe product manager Deeje Cooley demonstrates Adobeâ€™s Kiwi APIs for building RIAs using public services as the data backend. Kiwi APIs support data exchange with Typepad, Blogger and Del.icio.us APIs.
By ZDNet Staff
| July 10, 2006 -- 07:54 GMT (00:54 PDT)
| Topic: Enterprise Software
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
Photos: BlackBerrys through the ages
The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
Splunk adds 400 enterprise customers in Q1, ups outlook
The company is looking to move beyond its core IT and security market.
How to better engage the remote worker? There are apps for that
Remote workers are more likely to have a higher rate of disengagement from the companies they work for. So how can technology solve these issues?
Digital privacy: How Apple aims to stop web ads from tracking you all across the internet
Apple unveils Privacy Preserving Ad Click Attribution For the Web.
GitHub will now let you back your favourite open source developers
GitHub has announced a raft of new features and a new platform for giving funds to contributors of a project.
Salesforce's AppExchange gets new features for customers and app vendors
Microsoft machine-learning breakthrough: Get ready for 'significantly' better AI translators
Global machine-learning competition sees Microsoft beat challengers in translating English to Chinese and a host of European languages.
Tableau's latest release steps up mapping game
What is OpCX? Forging emotional connections with customers. Tread carefully
Windows 7 patch warning: Antivirus clash causing PCs to freeze
Updates for Windows 7 cause startup problems for a second month in a row.