The cloud communications platform said that it will now let developers build in the ability for users to send images through their mobile apps in the U.S. and Canada.
At its annual developers conference, CEO Jeff Lawson said the company's service is now available in 40 countries on six continents, optimized by a global system of distributed data centers.
The company, which has 75,000 developer customers, makes a cloud-based platform that lets almost anyone create simple voice applications without working with legacy carriers. It has now raised a total of $31.5 million in three rounds of financing.
With its new SDK, the cloud communications leader is enabling everyone from iPhone game developers to big businesses to build simple tap-to-chat buttons into their apps.
Developers gather at a weekend hackathon to use natural language processing, Kinect tech, Google Glass, and big data to help people with autism live a more self-sufficient life.
Because engineers and designers can post their work for all to see, more and more companies are realizing they can see what people can actually do, not just say they can do.
Organizations are setting up sites useful for tracking down friends and family, donating blood, or finding out the latest news after the Boston Marathon tragedy.
If the product is ever to appeal to mainstream users, software developers say, it's up to Google to offer more leadership -- or more access.
A new open-source package combines with a cloud service to offer a new way to manage telecommunications services.
Five entrepreneurs offer their tips on how to choose the right investors for your startup.