TheInternetBuzz.com would not exist without these amazing technologies:
Freebase is a free database of over 12 million people, places, and things in the world. It is sponsored by Metaweb, but openly licensed under CC-BY so that anyone can add to and improve it.
The Google AJAX Search API lets you put Google Search in web pages. You can embed a simple, dynamic search box and display search results in your own web pages or use the results in innovative, programmatic ways.
With Google Hot Searches, we can see a snapshot of what’s on the public’s collective mind by viewing the fastest-rising searches for different points of time. You can see a list of today’s top 40 fastest-rising search queries in the U.S.
MaxMind is an industry-leading provider of geolocation and online fraud detection tools. This product includes GeoLite data created by MaxMind, available from http://www.maxmind.com/.
Windows Azure is a Microsoft cloud computing platform used to build, deploy and manage applications and services through a global network of Microsoft-managed datacenters.
PrettyPhoto - by Stéphane Caron - is a jQuery based lightbox clone. It is used to display YouTube video on our site. Merci Stéphane.
Splunk Storm is the new Splunk service for analyzing and troubleshooting cloud applications.
The Twitter REST API methods allow developers to access core Twitter data. This includes update timelines, status data, and user information. The Search API methods give developers methods to interact with Twitter Search and trends data.
WhatTheTrend explains the twitter trends and provides plentry of information about twitter trends.
Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit, licensed under the GFDL.
Yahoo provides the most popular topics that people are searching for on Yahoo!. People can comment and buzz on the topics. Stories with most Buzz may be published on the Yahoo! home page — you can impact what millions will see on Yahoo!.
Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. On Flickr, members upload photos, share them securely, supplement their photos with metadata like license information, geo-location, people, tags, etc., and interact with their family, friends, contacts or anyone in the community. Practically all the features on Flickr's various platforms -- web, mobile and desktop -- are accompanied by a longstanding API program. Since 2005, developers have collaborated on top of Flickr's APIs to build fun, creative, and gorgeous experiences around photos that extend beyond Flickr.
Yahoo! Search offers an array of web services to provide you with access to our investments in search technology and infrastructure. Developers and site owners can also use web services to enhance Yahoo! Search results.
YouTube is the world's most popular online video community, allowing millions of people to discover, watch and share originally-created videos. The YouTube APIs and Tools enable you to integrate YouTube's video content and functionality into your website, software application, or device.