All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘API’

Pinterest API Release Promises To Be Big Business

Pinterest is on of the most popular, fastest-growing sites on the Internet today. Thousands of people every week are flocking to the site. But, there is not real “killer app” attached to Pinterest yet to really monetize it or take advantage of its huge follower base. That all may be changing soon, though. Pinterest is releasing an API, and venture …

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Watch A Creepy Dude Facebook Stalk You With “Take This Lollipop”

Whenever you see that now-famous Facebook allow box, the one that allows applications access to all your awesome personal data in order to work properly, do you still feel a tinge of trepidation? Do you imagine the worst – that somewhere, someone now knows everything about you and is going to use that information in very bad ways? Take This …

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Trip Planning App Wins Foursquare Hackathon

Last weekend, Foursquare held their annual global hackathon, where they challenged developers all over the world to create new apps using the Foursquare API. The hackathon lasted for 48 hours straight, over 6 continents. Over 500 developers hacked with Foursquare’s API at 30 different global locations. Foursquare set up four official hackathon locations in New York City, San Francisco, Tokyo …

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Is Facebook Tracking Everywhere You Go Online?

Is it possible that Facebook is tracking your web browsing activity, even when you are logged out? According to Australian hacker and writer Nik Cubrilovic, Facebook could know that you are reading this article, simply because we, like most sites nowadays, have a Facebook share button. Cubrilovic ran a little test involving cookies and found that logging out of Facebook …

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Facebook API Down, Affecting Farmville, Words With Friends and More

Facebook is currently dealing with some problems with API response time. Around 4 a.m. this morning, the API response time shot up dramatically and Facebook has been experiencing problems ever since. It appears that the worst part is over, but things have yet to return to normal. The Facebook platform live status page lists the current status as “Network Latency” …

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API Coming Soon For Google Plus

We’re only a few days into the era of Google Plus and already, folks want to add stuff to it, much like Facebook did with Farmville, and whatever other application you’d care to consider. While that may be the beginning of the end in regards to Google Plus updates being littered with “Such-and-such in your circle wants to give you …

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Google Analytics Gets New Management API

Google has released a preview of the new Google Analytics Management API, which provides read-only access to Google Analytics configuration data.

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API Released for Second Life Plug-Ins

You don’t hear as much about Second Life these days as you did several years ago. For a while, articles were being written left and right about how to leverage this virtual world from Linden Lab as a business tool. Lately, not so much.

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Webtrends Launches Analytics 9

With new features and iPhone capability, Webtrends Analytics 9 is positioned to regain users and possibly take back the analytics crown from Google.

Webtrends Analytics 9

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Google Adwords Console & API Going Offline January 10th

A maintenance process this Saturday!

Yes, this is the official announcement from the Google Team about a maintenance process, this Saturday. The AdWords login console and the API will be offline between 10am and 2pm Pacific Time.

“We’ll be performing routine system maintenance on Saturday, January 10 from approximately 10:00am to 2:00pm PST. You won’t be able to access AdWords or the API during this time frame, but your ads will continue to run as normal.” -Jeffrey Posnick, AdWords API Team.

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Yahoo Sings Out With Music API

Yahoo opened a new API for developers, this time tapping their index of information about music and artists.

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Developers Beware: AdWords Report Changes Coming

Updates to the AdWords API arriving on August 19 mean developers will want to make sure they don’t impact the data in their reports.

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