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Facebook page posts now support realtime updates

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Facebook has extended its Realtime Updates API to include page posts so developers can receive automatic notifications whenever a change happens on a page. The Realtime Updates API allows developers to subscribe to changes in data so they don’t have to continuously poll Facebook’s servers. Previously, developers were pulling the...
Facebook page posts now support realtime updates

21st Century Insurance Hands Media Account to Mindshare

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Auto insurer 21st Century Insurance and Financial Services has shifted its estimated $50 million U.S. media planning and buying account to WPP's Mindshare without a review. The account was previously run by Omnicom Group's Omnicom Media Group....
21st Century Insurance Hands Media Account to Mindshare

Google releases code for devs to integrate Chrome with iOS apps

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If you're jealous of Gmail's newfound talent of opening links directly in Chrome on iOS, Google's released some code that'll help you bake that functionality into your own apps for Apple's mobile OS. By implementing the new OpenInChromeController class with x-callback, devs can have in-app links open in Chrome...
Google releases code for devs to integrate Chrome with iOS apps

PhoneID Lets You Login To Websites Without A Username Or Password -- From Your Phone

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On the web, we have a host of user names and passwords we have to remember, whether for news sites or apps or Netflix. So Michael Thomas and Vahur Roosimaa of Los Angeles-based startup Scopely have hacked together PhoneID, which lets you login to websites without a username and...
PhoneID Lets You Login To Websites Without A Username Or Password -- From Your Phone

Google Reminds iOS Developers That They Can Easily Integrate Chrome With Their Apps

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Google just reminded developers that they can use Chrome as the default browser for their apps and easily switch back and forth between app and browser. With x-callback, Google says, developers can open links in Chrome and once the page has loaded, Chrome will show a link back to the...
Google Reminds iOS Developers That They Can Easily Integrate Chrome With Their Apps

Google lets iOS apps direct users to Chrome instead of Safari

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Google is not only routing iOS users from its Gmail app to its own apps, such as YouTube, Chrome and Google Maps apps, it’s now helping other third-party iOS developers send their users to Google apps too. On Tuesday the company announced a way to integrate Chrome with their iOS...
Google lets iOS apps direct users to Chrome instead of Safari

6 New APIs: On-demand CRM, eCommerce, Shopping Carts, Beta Programs, and Spanish Blogs

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This week we had 38 new APIs added to our API directory (the most ever in a single week). What’s new? These latest APIs include a new ecommerce API, an online shopping cart API, an API for a customer feedback and beta management service, an API for a Spanish social...
6 New APIs: On-demand CRM, eCommerce, Shopping Carts, Beta Programs, and Spanish Blogs
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How-To: Subscribing to data changes using the Real-time Updates API

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A common question we get from developers is how to keep information of Users or Pages using their apps up to date. We wanted to share some of the best practices that can improve the reliability and performance of apps you write on Facebook. We often see developers querying the...
How-To: Subscribing to data changes using the Real-time Updates API

Report: Companies experience a malware event every three minutes

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Organizations face malware-related events that bypass traditional defense technologies on their networks every three minutes, according to a new report released Wednesday by security vendor FireEye. "This activity can include the receipt of a malicious email, a user clicking a link on an infected website, or an infected machine...
Report: Companies experience a malware event every three minutes

Twitter for Websites will kill IE6 and IE7 support on May 13, allowing for 'simpler, faster, smaller code'

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Twitter on Friday announced it is killing support for IE6 and IE7 across its Twitter for Websites (TFW) service. Although some basic functionality will remain, the company will continue development without making a point to ensure features work on Microsoft’s ancient browsers. For those who don’t know, TFW lets developers...
Twitter for Websites will kill IE6 and IE7 support on May 13, allowing for 'simpler, faster, smaller code'
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