Microsoft Student Partner

It was just announced that I was selected to become a Microsoft Student Partner for the upcoming 2012-2013 school year. This is very exciting for myself and The Mobile Lab. We will have the opportunity to show Microsoft first hand what The Mobile Lab is all about and to highlight the Computer Science program at Florida State. This year you can expect to see more Microsoft events, products, and overall heightened Microsoft presence on campus. Thank you to all that supported me, watched, liked, +1’ed, and commented on my video. Please make sure to stayed turned for more information and...

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Q&A Site Live

Have a question about Android? Or hows about that assignment in the Mobile Programming course? Well now we have a forum that let’s you directly connect with The Mobile Lab @ FSU.   mobile.cs.fsu.edu/qa About Frank SposaroFrank was the initial student to start the mobile lab with Dr. Tyson. After working on the first project, iFall, he and Dr. Tyson designed the Mobile Programming course as FSU. The course is used as a training base to recruit new students into the lab. His thesis researches several medical related applications, including iFall. Frank then went on to implement the

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LEAD Grant Awarded

The Mobile Lab has teamed up with our friends at FSU’s College of Education, FSU Center for Leadership and Civic Education, and FSU Division of Student Affairs to bring you the: Leadership Mobile Application LEAD Learn, Engage, Apply, Develop Leadership is an interdisciplinary topic, which reaches across an institution. We propose to design, develop, launch, and use for instructional activities a Leadership Mobile Application to educate students of complex leadership concepts which will be available on multiple platforms: Android, iPhone, iPad, and web. It would provide FSU students...

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The 2012 FSU Mobile Lab Design Challenge

Got Mobile Skills? Come Try Them Out and Score a Chance at Awesome Prizes! The 2012 FSU Mobile Lab Design Challenge Where: W. Johnson Building, Rm 2010 When: 11am Sat 3/31 through 6pm Sun 4/1 Who: All FSU Students What: A weekend-long mobile design challenge, in which students work together as mobile designers to help a select group of “clients” by developing an app design (including a marketing overview, functional specifications, and wireframes). No Coding Required! Why?: Besides the real world experience, first place is a new iPad 3/HD (Second and third prizes are pretty good...

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AnonymOS

AnonymOS is an aftermarket Android firmware based on Cyanogenmod, the popular alternative Android distribution. Designed with user privacy in mind, AnonymOS provides enhanced security features not present in most Android firmwares. These features include: Finer grained control of application permissions Data hiding and encryption Symmetric key crypto SMS SQLite auditing/removal/value injection Call/SMS Log manipulation/injection Email encryption via PGP Selective file extension removal (.png, .jpg, etc.) SSH tunneling for web traffic Remote administration/device wipe Device firewall based...

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FSU Route Scout

Application that displays all the FSU bus routes on the map. Also displays directions so you can see how the bus runs and what side of the road stops are on. Comes with all the FSU buildings pre-loaded to navigation around campus is a breeze. About Frank SposaroFrank was the initial student to start the mobile lab with Dr. Tyson. After working on the first project, iFall, he and Dr. Tyson designed the Mobile Programming course as FSU. The course is used as a training base to recruit new students into the lab. His thesis researches several medical related applications, including iFall. Frank

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