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Vine glosses over Android with new Embeds for web

Android users were given another reminder about an app that they cannot use. That app is Vine and the reminder came along with news of web embeds and an update to the iOS app. Vine originally launched back in January. That initial launch was clearly intended for iOS, however some hints of an Android app arrived about a month later by way of a Vine job posting.

Gameloft reveals Iron Man 3, coming to Android April 25

For all those Iron Man fans out there we have some excellent news and something awesome to show off today. The game developers from Gameloft have just released their initial teaser trailer and first look at the all new Iron Man 3 mobile game - and it looks awesome. Described as an endless runner style game with all the powers and weapons we love from Stark Industries.

Xperia Tablet Z teardown video released by Sony

From our limited time with Sony's new and impressive Xperia Tablet Z, we can say it is one sleek and thin tablet. They've managed to pack tons of hardware and a quality device into one svelte package, and now we're getting a look at the inside. Why wait for a third party to do it, when you can yourself. Enjoy the teardown video below provided by Sony.

NVIDIA Tegra 4 ‘always-on HDR’ camera demo

Back during CES 2013 in January NVIDIA unveiled their new Tegra 4 quad-core mobile processor. Along with it comes tons of brand new and exciting camera features they're calling Chimera. Slated as the "World's first mobile computational photography architecture." One of the awesome new features we can expect on Tegra smartphones and tablets is their always on HDR (high dynamic range) photography and video option. Check it out below.

YouTube co-founder tips rival video service coming soon

We're hearing lots of interesting news coming out of the annual SXSW show in Texas, but one in particular today has us rather interested. That being details regarding YouTube Co-founder Chad Hurley building and set to launch a new video platform and service that will potentially rival YouTube. Plenty have tried and failed, but he could have what it takes.

Bladeslinger Wild West action game comes to Android

There is a brand new wild wild west action game available for Android today, and it's called Bladeslinger. You won't be robbing banks or running from Indians with this one either. Instead you'll play a blade-wielding cowboy that returns home to find his town overrun with monsters and ancient evil demons. Originally a Tegra 3 quad-core exclusive game, but today is available for all.

Amazing ‘How guys will use Google Glass’ parody hits the web

If you're sick of all those Harlem Shake clips, you'll want to check this video out. So we all know Google's Project Glass is awesome. Right? The augmented reality headset that will be bringing the phase of wearable technology into our lives all led by Android, Google Now, and our voices. We're huge fans of Google's Project Glass, and this new parody video that hit the web earlier this week is a must see. It's called How guys will use Google Glass.

Qualcomm’s new ‘Born Mobile’ ad series makes the bus stop fun again

For those that saw Qualcomm's Born Mobile keynote at CES this year, you probably have a good idea at what is coming below. For those who didn't, get ready to see the chip maker pull out all the stops. Basically the folks from Qualcomm have released a series of awesome videos from a local bus stop, showing that this mobile generation will head to a webpage while waiting for the bus. What comes after that will surprise you all.

Pokemon TV now available for Android

Here's a little boost of nostalgia for you all. You can now watch episodes of Pokemon, arguably one of the most popular cartoon shows of the late 90's, straight from your Android device. The Pokemon TV app lets you stream free episodes from the series straight to your device. It doesn't have the complete series, but there are enough episodes to help you kill time and also find your inner child.

Vector brings Parkour side-scrolling action to Android [Hands-on]

There's certainly no shortage of what we call 2D side-scroller platform games on Android. They're simple, easy to play, and usually a good bit of fun. Meet a new game called Vector that was just released and spotted by Android Police. The same free running side-scroller action we know and love has been mixed into an arcade style Parkour game. It's fun yet challenging so read on for more details and our hands-on video.