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Anki doesn't just want to be the company known for those cool robotic race cars. It wants to be more than that. It wants its cars to have a real emotional connection with its users. It wants its cars to be more than just cars. And how does it plan to do that? By making it more of a video game.

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November 19, 2014 at 9:00AM
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Ever watched your iOS-device toting friends playing modern-day Scalextric slot cars and wondering when it'd be your turn? Anki has announced that Anki Drive is now available to use on your Android device, that is, if you're rocking a Galaxy S4, S5, Note 3, 4 or 10.1 (2014 Edition). Those not hoist

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Arguably the coolest part about Anki Drive's robotic toy cars is that you could upgrade them over time with weapons and points as if they were character vehicles in a video game. Unlike a video game however, Anki's original system only had a single race track and just four available model cars (tw

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