If you're a third-party developer using the Twitter API, the company is giving you a warning today: Get ready to do it Twitter's way. Changes in how the company authorizes the use of its API and expands functionality within Twitter show an important step forward.
After this morning’s announcement that twitter would be banning all third party companies from advertising within user twitter streams (e.g. Ad.ly, MyLikes). It followed up the post with an update to its Twitter API Terms of Service... Read Post
All-you-can-stream music service Spotify is letting third party developers expand on its functionality using its API and offering the results to users in a new HTML5 app directory, CEO Daniel Ek announced today in New York. Develope... Read Post