API integration developer Stamplay isn’t a household name, but that’s the type of company Apple tends to acquire: a small business that could enhance or expand its existing offerings. Italian publication 24 Ore
reports today that Apple has purchased the Rome-based startup, which notably won a contest to make the best use of new Visa APIs.
Read the full article on Venture Beat.
Buying Stock in Tech Building Blocks
Amazon gets lots of credit and flak for turning retail upside down; it also earns plaudits for its pioneering cloud-computing business. But in a still-unfurling development, the seismic shift that Amazon wrought in the IT world has spawned a whole new business category—providers of “APIs” — that has already begun paying off for a few prescient investors.
Read the full article on FORTUNE.
7 Top Nutrition APIs
Getting proper nutrition makes us feel better, look better and perform better, and there is no shortage of applications out there to help us to do it. So it’s no wonder one of the most popular Application Program Interface (API) categories on ProgrammableWeb lately is the Nutrition category.
Read the full article on ProgrammableWeb.com.
Is logistics finally ready for APIs?
The proliferation of application programming interfaces (APIs) across a range of international logistics functions is an encouraging step toward the digitization of freight and signals the industry is ready to embrace more efficient means of system-to-system communication.
Read the full article on the Journal of Commerce.
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