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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.

Samsung Galaxy S IV concept video tips laser keyboard and ultra-thin design

With Samsung's flagship Galaxy S III smartphone still selling like hot cakes and topping 30 million in sales, we're already setting our sights on the next generation. The Samsung Galaxy S4 has been rumored more than a few times and we know it's coming soon. Today however we have an awesome "concept video" or render showing some ultra-thinness and even a projecting laser keyboard.

Android team says Happy Holidays in touching video

We've been seeing plenty of companies releasing holiday-themed videos lately, including one particularly unsettling commercial from the likes of Samsung. Today it's the Android team's turn to show off a holiday video of their own, and rest assured, there isn't any uncomfortable innuendo between Santa and Mrs. Claus to be found. Instead, the holiday video the Android team put out is rather touching, and may even make you shed a tear if you aren't careful.

LG shows off the Nexus 4 features in a new 2-minute movie

LG and Google don't seem to have any trouble selling the Nexus 4. Of course, that thought is based entirely on how it seems that the Nexus 4 listing in the Play Store seems to be out of stock more than it is in stock. Even at this time, the listing for both the 8GB and 16GB Nexus 4 is sold out with a mention that they are out of inventory.