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Mashery: Launching and running a successful API is harder than it looks and Mashery’s on-demand API services can help you get there more quickly, with lower costs and better results. See what Expedia, Best Buy and the New York Times already know.
Hoover’s: The business data company is currently in the second round of its Ideas & Apps contest. The Hoover’s API provides industry, company and people data.
e-Similate: The simple payments integration platform makes it easy for developers to include e-commerce and point-of-sale payments into their applications. Reduce the time, cost and complexity of developing secure commerce-enabled applications with e-Similate for developers. The e-Similate APIs are payment processing simplified.
Brew MP: A robust, integrated and highly scalable mobile OS by Qualcomm with global reach that brings richer applications and experiences to the world’s largest markets today, and next-generation ones tomorrow.
Viadeo: Harness the power of your network. With over 35 million members worldwide, Viadeo offers a professional social network letting you manage your contacts to help each other find a job or create business opportunities.
DomainTools: With over 1 million members DomainTools is the recognized leader in domain research and monitoring. DomainTools provides a directory that serves as a comprehensive snapshot of past and present domain name registration and ownership records. The DomainTools API gives you direct access to the same data that drives the research and monitoring tools you find on DomainTools.com.
Open Plug: The write-it-once, run it on almost any mobile device platform. The ELIPS studio provides developers with a cross-device solution to push the same codebase out to iPhone, Android, iPad, Symbian and Windows Mobile. It’s also a sister company to ProgrammableWeb.
Pingar: Powered by 3Scale, Pingar simplifies the management of unstructured documents. Pingar’s API provides search application tools that help the user to understand search results quicker and to formulate their search queries more efficiently.
Box: The Box platform makes it easy for you to utilize our storage for your application. Box is currently sponsoring a $25,000 developer contest with the winner getting a chance to pitch their idea to VC firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson.
NAVTEQ: The NN4D Network for Developers encourages location-aware applications on the web, mobile phones and wireless devices. The NAVTEQ App Warehouse is giving away $5,000 in a drawing from all developers that list their location apps.