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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.

Active Lockscreen Review: A highly customizable replacement

The lockscreen on our smartphone or tablets can be highly customized, although we know some tend to leave them stock just to keep things simple and familiar. For those that love customization and don't want to root and have a custom ROM we have an awesome new app to share. We were recently tipped off about Active Lockscreen, an app that brings the utmost customization to our Android lockscreens. Take a peek below.

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.

Android Community at CES 2013: What to expect!

Well guys, it is finally that time of year again. The time where around 150,000 tech fans descend on my city of Las Vegas for the biggest tech trade show of the year. It's CES time! As you all know this is where we'll see the latest and greatest consumer electronics of all types, shapes and sizes. We'll be focusing heavily on Android obviously, and we have a lot planned so get ready for some fun.