Google Wallet is adding new features to its service, including money transfers via e-mail, an increase in loyalty card acceptance, and an easy online payment plug-in for merchants.
It was promised and Google I/O delivered, Android Studio is the company's latest development environment for Android and it brings a lot of changes that should benefit both developers and users.
Crosswa.lk will allow company's to embed a button on their sites, letting people download iOS apps without needing to even have their mobile device present. The API is currently in beta and being tested out by a handful of developers.
Social media data gathering has been made even better for companies as Gnip gains access to six new public APIs, enriching their social reporting even more.
Ford is turning to independent developers to expand the ecosystem of apps for its Sync infotainment system.
Photo-sharing sites get the boot as Twitter continues to tighten things up.
Facebook gives apps the ability to send personalized notifications, but reminds developers that users are in control - fingers crossed.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has put the word out about his new service and early access for developers to its API.
Hugely popular Tweetbot is the latest hurt by Twitter's API about-face, and as it will have to shutdown its alpha testing.
After PadMapper used an outside site to help it comb Craigslist content, all was well -- but now the Craigslist is fighting back against the apartment-hunting application.
After Facebook scooped up Face.com, it appeared the free API would still be available to third party developers. That's not longer the case, and the market is in need of an alternative.
After all has been quiet on the outside developer front, Tumblr is looking to start working with third party talent to grow its platform.
Releasing some of its core C++ code would give developers a more thorough understanding of the site's infrastructure.
With the Holiday 2011 dashboard update bringing a massive revision to the look and feel of the Xbox 360 dashboard, Microsoft has launched a similar design to Xbox.com complete with social features.
Android coders will now be able to develop across the board with a new compatibility tool that Google hopes will held paste together its fractured user base.