Twilio is releasing out a new API designed to orchestrate notifications across SMS, push notifications and messaging applications.
While some vendors may argue that OpenStack just isn't suitable for running legacy apps, businesses say it's a requirement that they be able to run such apps in OpenStack. Rather than force a reworking of legacy apps to fit the cloud, better for the OpenStack community to figure out how to make OpenStack friendlier to legacy apps, an executive from Wells Fargo said during a panel at the OpenStack Summit.
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Nike makes apparel, yes. But it also makes a lot of software these days.
When it comes to developing apps for the company's wearable technology, executives at Nike found that their offshore talent couldn't 'Just Do It.'
Personal data tracking devices like the Nike+ FuelBand and the Fitbit have grown increasingly popular with individuals who want to track their physical activity and metabolic rate without the trouble of manual measurements and notes. But that is just the tip of the iceberg of collecting data from the body. Technology now enables automatic monitoring of the body's activities.
Mobile social network Path released version 2.1 of its Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS application, concurrently unveiling the first version of the Path API to enable users to share stories and information
Athletic shoe giant Nike is poised to launch Nike PhotoiD, a new pan-European mobile marketing service enabling consumers to create customized shoes based on images they snap via mobile device. After