If I can paraphrase a popular Alicia Keys song, this woman is on fire. Marissa Mayer is clearly moving Yahoo back into the center of the Silicon Valley tech conversation.
Who needs SQL? In fact, who needs databases?
In the Peanut Gallery, you get to add intertitles to old black-and-white movies (the ones before any speech support, never mind the web). And you do it, of course, simply by talking to Chrome.
Guest Post Companies should strongly consider using both together to deliver "Big Data" infrastructures.
Pebble, the smartwatch that has gotten a lot of hype from its Kickstarter campaign, will release a software developer kit so developers everywhere can create "watch faces" for the device.
Guest Post Knowing where to start can be the biggest challenge. What services should my API offer? Can it generate revenue? What will motivate developers to use my API? Read on for best practices from the giants.
Guest Post Folks, Twitter marketing just got serious.
Your app is wonderful, amazing, and awesome, and it's one in a million. Literally.
With tracking capabilities like these, the new SDK is almost starting to impinge on dedicated app analytics solutions like App Annie and Flurry, but of course in a purely Facebook-focused manner.
Advertising on Twitter just got easier, and Twitter just took a giant leap to making more money.
Google Developers posted pictures today of its super-secret, ultra-confidential, if-you-tell-anyone-about-it-we'll-kill-you Google Glass Foundry event, where developers got to touch, wear, develop for, and maybe even fondle the hottest Google hardware product ever not yet released.
Editor's Pick Half a year ago, serial entrepreneur had a crazy idea: build a social network that people actually paid for. Now with App.net three times bigger than his goal, he looks back -- and ahead -- at what the service is, and will become.
Crowdtilt releases a "Wordpress for crowdfunding" site that enables anyone to easily enable raise money on their site.
The new API will help developers build a share-to-Cheezburger button in content creation apps ... and help Cheezburger publish more silly cat pictures to a wider audience.
Facebook chat, notifications, and updates that follow you everywhere you go on the web, right in your web browser, is a cool idea. What's even cooler is how Mozilla and Facebook actually built it.
But it's not the written rules that are the problem. It's the unwritten ones.
Wired editor Ryan Singel founds Contextly to make help digital journalists add more context to their stories.
Editor's Pick Want to cut out sugar or add super-foods to your diet? Now app developers can help. Data curators Factual just added ingredient lists for over 350,000 of the most popular consumer packaged goods (CPGs) and nutrition parameters for over 150,000 of them to its Global Products API.
Finally, some APIs you can get with. Get it? Get as in a get call? Dev puns are total knee-slappers.
Tomorrow, the Paris-based company that built MasterCard's PayPass API and counts McDonalds and Reeboks as its mobile commerce clients will release the Airtag Kit: a full collection of everything developers need to start building mobile payment apps.