GO THERE NOW 2.0 Released! Now Supports Android Wear!

Posted by on Jun 25, 2015 in Mobile, News, Software | 0 comments

GO THERE NOW 2.0 Released! Now Supports Android Wear!

I’ve just released a new version of GO THERE NOW, an Android app that allows users to launch Google Maps’ Navigation Mode quickly in a single step. GO THERE NOW has been completely re-designed from the ground up and now employs a Material Design-like style. Along with the UI change, GO THERE NOW now allows users to manage favorite location shortcuts. In addition, GO THERE NOW fully supports Android Wear; users can launch navigation mode directly from their Android Wear devices.Here’s the full list of changes:* 2.00:–...

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HuhX Game Sound Engine Now Open-Source!

Posted by on Apr 20, 2015 in Mobile, News, Software | 0 comments

I have recently open-sourced the music/sound engine that I created forĀ StepBOT, Dragon Geo, Cid’s Aerial Tours, and Chrono Maps. It is available on GitHub and is freely available to those developing audio-related apps for the Android Platform.The HuhX Game Sound Engine is a custom game audio engine for Android 2.3 – Android 5.1. This is an easy-to-use sound and music engine that is focused on providing audio for Android game-related apps. This audio engine was utilized in apps such as StepBOT, Dragon Geo, Cid’s Aerial Tours,...

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StepBOT on Kickstarter!

Posted by on Sep 4, 2014 in Gaming, Mobile, News, Software | 0 comments

StepBOT on Kickstarter!

25 days ago, GPOP Labs launched StepBOT on Kickstarter, the popular crowd-funding site, to help fund our fitness-based mobile game for the Android, Android Wear, FitBit, and JawBone. During our campaign, we have been pleased and impressed with the interest and attention that StepBOT has received from the public.With only six days to go and still have not met our pledge goal, we need your help. With your pledge, it would greatly assist us in the development of StepBOT! The following is a list of bonuses for assisting StepBOT’s Kickstarter...

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An Update to Cid’s Aerial Tours & Current Progress on the Next Dragon Geo Update

Posted by on Aug 24, 2014 in Gaming, Mobile, News, Software | 0 comments

An Update to Cid’s Aerial Tours & Current Progress on the Next Dragon Geo Update

Cid’s Aerial Tours has been updated to 1.04! This update for Cid’s Aerial Tours adds an animated ocean effect to the main world map. Along with the nifty ocean animation, Cid’s Aerial Tours is now compatible with the Android “L” Preview. Previous versions had issues with rendering the maps and images properly. Here is the full list of changes in 1.04:– Support for Android “L” added.– Ocean animation effect added.The latest update to Cid’s Aerial Tours can be found on the Google Play...

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HuhX Map Framework Now Open Source!

Posted by on Aug 13, 2014 in Mobile, Software | 0 comments

I have released the source code for the HuhX Map Framework on GitHub. This is a (skeleton code) image/map engine that supports the use of multi-touch gestures to scale images accordingly. The HuhX Map Framework also supports custom menu dialog and audio playback in the background.Applications such as Dragon Geo and Cid’s Aerial Tours utilize the HuhX Map Framework engine. If you are interested in developing Android applications that utilize image scaling and multi-touch gestures, feel free to take a look at the HuhX Map Framework...

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Cid’s Aerial Tours Updated to 1.03

Posted by on Jun 29, 2014 in Gaming, Mobile, News, Software | 0 comments

Cid’s Aerial Tours Updated to 1.03

Cid’s Aerial Tours has been updated to 1.03! Similar to the 1.03 update for Dragon Geo, this update for Cid’s Aerial Tours does not contain many major external changes, as most of the changes are internal. Here is the full list of changes in 1.03:– Fixed a visual bug with the LANGUAGE settings in OPTIONS that was present for Android 2.3 – 4.0 users.– A few performance optimizations were added.The CREDITS no longer runs as a separate activity and is now a fragment that runs within the main title screen. Also, a...

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Dragon Geo Updated to 1.03

Posted by on Jun 23, 2014 in Gaming, Mobile, News, Software | 0 comments

Dragon Geo Updated to 1.03

DRAGON GEO has been updated to 1.03. Unlike the last version, there are no significant external changes, as most of changes are internal and mostly affect how OPTIONS and CREDITS are displayed. Here are the changes with the new version: * OPTIONS is now displayed over world maps. * Several minor layout changes made. OPTIONS and CREDITS no longer run as separate activities and are now fragments. In summary, OPTIONS now appears to float above the map that’s currently in focus. Other than that, there are no significant changes. The...

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Hackathon This Weekend at Wearable World Invents the Connected Traveler

Posted by on Jun 7, 2014 in Hardware, Mobile, News, Software | 0 comments

Hackathon This Weekend at Wearable World Invents the Connected Traveler

This weekend, I had the opportunity to participate in “Wearable Worlds Invents the Connected Traveler” two-day hackathon event, fully sponsored by American Airlines. It was an amazing event, as there were many groups of developers creating unique, exciting travel-related applications. There were a lot of sponsors like GoGo, Pebble, IBM, MasterCard and tech partners like Concur, VoicePark, LocationSmart, etc. present, providing developers with unique technologies and APIs to help out with their hackathon projects. This was the...

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Go There Now Updated to 1.03

Posted by on May 30, 2014 in Mobile, News, Software | 0 comments

Go There Now Updated to 1.03

Good morning everyone! I just posted the 1.03 update for Go There Now on the Google Play store. This update adds the ability to set customized labels for the navigation shortcuts that are created by Go There Now. The latest update to Go There Now can be found on the Google Play...

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Hack Allows Defiant Windows XP Users to Receive Updates Until 2019

Posted by on May 29, 2014 in News, Software | 0 comments

Hack Allows Defiant Windows XP Users to Receive Updates Until 2019

If you’re still on Windows XP (gasp) and are fretting over Microsoft’s discontinued support of XP, there is now a way for XP users to receive official MS security updates. All it involves is modifying the registry to make your system appear as a Windows Embedded POSReady 2009 system, which runs off the same OS kernel as Windows XP. As Windows Embedded POSReady 2009 has official support from Microsoft until April 9, 2019, Windows XP users can unofficially get security updates for another five years! To make this registry change, you...

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