Apple's successful iTunes store not only houses music and videos, but also provides all manner of applications for smart phones. Now the South Korean government hopes to launch its own "national app store" in the form of a universal API for public data, which would encourage private companies and developers to create and sell apps based on that data, the Korea Times reports.
The social networking giant follows in Facebook's steps with a set of easy apps
By Gregory Mone
Posted 02.05.2008 at 12:45 pm 0 Comments
MySpace, the popular online community and social networking site, announced plans to add games, email and other features developed by outside providers next month. Adding applications from the outside is possible now, but its a little too difficult for the average member, involving cutting and pasting the relevant code from a third party.
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