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krisi
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Re: 4,000 new APIs opened up
krisi   6/3/2014 9:23:56 PM
Agreed, great deal of APIS but they have no choice...Android commands probably 80% of the app market

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4,000 new APIs opened up
junko.yoshida   6/3/2014 5:52:23 PM
Apple's opening up more than 4,000 APIs was the big news at Apple's WWDC this week.

When you think about what third-party developers could do with them, it's mind boggling...

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