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Introducing the Meebo platform

Meebo has just announced a new platform for their messaging system. This allows for third party developers to create applications based on the growing chat service. The Meebo development platform launched with a set of API's that developers can grab in order to create multi user applications that Meebo users can specifically use to connect with each other. The question users must answer before...

Flex for free

Adobe is reaching out to students and faculty by offering them Flex Builder 2 for free. Adobe Flex Builder is an application for developing rich internet applications using the Flex framework. With this, developers can build intuitive interactive apps quickly. Why would Adobe be doing this? To try and gain some interest from new developers of course. Taking the lead from some fast food joints out...

I Want Sandy: Your very own personal assistant

Not everyone can afford (or justify) a personal assistant. That's why Values on n, the folks behind Stikkit, have invented Sandy, your very own personal email assistant. I Want Sandy helps you stay organized and productive by working with emails to yourself and turning them into to-do's, address book updates and calendar appointments. It all works by sending an email and CCing Sandy on it. Sandy...

Win cash for your startup

Think you have a hot startup idea? Write it down and you could net a little funding. Bang Ventures from New York is offering $15,000 U.S. for startup CEOs to get their ideas off the ground. "You Be The VC" Candidates start by submitting applications outlining their plans for a new internet startup. These will be judged by handpicked professionals in the startup field to guarantee unbiased results...

Facebook Apps 4 sale on eBay

Forget about listing your 'Web 2.0' company on eBay, selling your Facebook app is the in thing to do. With the launch of the Facebook developer platform, a slew of great Apps have come out, leading the company into a superstar. Logbook, an application where users can add and review movies, books and music is built on top of the Amazon affiliate platform and accepts Google ads. This money...

Yahoo! launches widget badges

Yahoo! launched Widget badges today. In keeping with the Yahoo Widgets desktop and Konfabulator theme, the newly developed widgets bring what was previously only offered on the desktop to the web for easy downloading and installing. With Yahoo! Widget Badges users can now embed download badges into their website, social network or blog through a custom HTML code. These new widgets can then be...

Adobe Kuler API

Are you a designer? developer? Like color? Want to do some cool things with Adobe's Kuler application? Now you can. The Adobe Labs project Kuler, is a hosted color picker application that allows for inspiration, creativity and sharing, they now have an API for developers. This new Kuler API allows developers to request RSS feeds of the highest rated or most popular color themes, and incorporating...

Google Web Toolkit jumps out of beta

Google's previously developed in house Web Toolkit, has been taken out of beta mode and released into the wild for JAVA developers to pounce on and enjoy. The new release is GWT 1.4, and if you aren't that familiar with what it is capable of, you can take a look at the GWT sample Mail application or KitchenSink application. The toolkit is an open source project that was developed by Google as a...

Box.net throws files in your Face(book) application

Box.net, the online storage company, has a Facebook application. After all, you aren't a real Web 2.0 company if you don't have a Facebook application it seems. Box.net's Facebook application allows users to manage all files stored in your account from directly within Facebook. It doesn't matter if they are private or shared, it's like logging into your regular Box.net account. Some updates have...

TripAdvisor drops $3 million for a Facebook application

UPDATE - It seems that TripAdvisor did not purchase the 'Where Ive been' Facebook application. So are we officially in a bubble again? TripAdvisor, the travel review site, just dropped $3 million for a Facebook application called "Where I've Been" that plots where people have been on their journies. Sure its fun to see where friends have been, but was it necessary to buy an application that's...

Create collages with Collagr

Feeling a little creative but doesn't want to spend any time at all creating your masterpiece? Try Collagr. But keep in mind, you get what you pay for. Collagr is a unique website that pulls in photos from Flickr accounts to build a quick photo collage. And 'quick collage' is the main phrase here. These are no Van Gogh or Picasso works here. Collagr simply pulls in photos from your account, no...

Come here boy, come here girl, its iRovr for your iPhone

If you aren't sick of iPhone applications yet, here is another one unlike no other. A social updater built exclusively for iPhone users. iRovr lets its users communicate by blogging, sharing photos and videos through an iPhone. It works by sending content to a special unique email address. After users register, they are given five unique email addresses for: Updating Profile photo and text ...

Developers shifting away from Windows, and towards Linux and handhelds

Could developers be moving towards Linux and handhelds? A new study says they are! Evans Data has published a study that found that Windows developers are dropping slowly, with 65% of software being written for Windows this year compared with 75% last year. The shift began two years ago, and seems to be drastically increasing. Why this change? Web browsers are becoming capable of running advanced...

Developing applications on the iPhone with Morfik

The iPhone isn't even out yet and there are scheduled conferences, iPhone specific applications and now an iPhone developer's platform. A company called Morfik has created a platform that will give developers the ability to build applications on Apple's new iPhone. This new platform is said to be the first of its kind, and usually the first ones to market hit it big with consumers. Morfik has said...

Adobe Lightroom 1.1 in the dark, no wait, its online again

It was online, then it was offline, now its back up. Will Adobe Photoshop Lightroom ever see the light of day? Ok, it will, with a ton of cool new features. Adobe's Photoshop Lightroom 1.1 was made available online, then quickly removed on Monday, not to be seen again until today. The new version of Adobe's professional photography toolbox, provides a way to easy manage, adjust and present large...