video recording

MeCam $49 helicopter follows you and streams live video to your Android

A company you've probably heard of before called Always Innovating is working on a pretty awesome little project for smartphones. It's called the MeCam and is essentially a mini helicopter they're calling a Nano-Copter complete with video recording and streaming capabilities. The MeCam is designed to follow you around and record every moment. You can stream that video right to your Android phone and even share it to your social site of preference or YouTube.

SeeMeGaming is like FRAPS for Android – lets you record game footage

I've seen this question come up before and while there are a few decent solution for Android this new SDK take things one step further. That question is about FRAPS for Android. Users want to be able to see their frames per second, take screenshots, and record actual game footage on their Android devices. Meet SeeMeGaming from LunarG studios.

Screencast for Android updated, record right off your screen now with Audio

Surely this isn't the first time we've mentioned this app. It is one thing to take a screenshot of what is being displayed on your Android device, but being able to record full video in perfect quality as you flip through homescreens, demo a new game or anything else your heart desires is what we have here. We recently posted a review of Screencast and screen recorder and our only complaint was we didn't have audio, that all changes today as they've just updated and have introduced audio recording to the application.

ScreenCast App Review, Screen Recorder for Android

Today I found a new application for Android that looked pretty awesome, it's called Screen Cast. This is a screen capture and screen recording application for Android smartphones and tablets. Obviously something like this will require root access, but that is to be expected. In the market now by Media Solutions they have both a free version to test the app and try all of the features, as well as a paid version for $2.99 for those wanting to record for a bit longer.

Samsung Galaxy Beam: world’s first Android projector phone

Projector phones were supposed to be “the next big thing” in the evolution of cell phones. So far, that hasn’t been the case, there was a non-Android based projector phone released here in the US recently. Needless to say it didn’t do so well as far as sales goes. I personally haven’t seen one in the wild since it was released. Can Samsung break this technology into the mainstream with the Galaxy Beam?

T-Mobile’s Galaxy S Passes through the FCC

Although we’ve heard that the Galaxy S was headed to every major carrier in the US, it seems T-Mobile might be the first out the gate with their version. It has just passed through the FCC and it could (highly unlikely) make it way to Magenta in time for the free phone promotion this Saturday.

720p Video Sample, Samsung Galaxy S

Not to be outdone by other smart phones that will be introduced into the market, the Galaxy S is capable of 720p video recording as well. This sample looks awesome, you can’t even tell this video is from a cell phone. This is just another awesome feature of the Galaxy s being displayed.

Motorola Milestone XT720 Gets A Few Upgrades

If you were a little disappointed about the original specs of the Motorola Milestone XT720, you weren’t alone. Those outdated mid-range specs took a little air out of the balloon. Thankfully, those Motorola will up the specs a bit for it’s re-release.
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