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First look at Sega's Crazy Taxi City Rush, coming soon to iOS

In 1999, Sega released a fast-paced driving game called Crazy Taxi in arcades and on their Sega Dreamcast console. The combination of driving passengers to their destinations, wild and humorous gameplay, and licensed punk music helped Crazy Taxi find a permanent parking spot in many gamers’ hearts. Two sequels followed, not to mention a popular iOS port of the original game.

Sensing that Crazy Taxi has even more life on mobile, SEGA has just announced a new mobile-exclusive sequel called Crazy Taxi: City Rush for iPhone, iPad, and Android. The new game will have everything fans loved about the original, plus a new touch-friendly control scheme and lots of fresh content. We met with SEGA to play an early build of City Rush and came away highly impressed. Don't miss our exclusive gameplay footage, interview, and screenshots!

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Apps World: New features coming to Zeebox TV app

This week’s App World event in San Francisco was been dedicated to mobile games and apps. One section of the show – TV Hackfest - specifically showcased apps relating to television and video viewing.

Inside of the TV Hackfest area, we met with Anthony Rose, Co-founder and CTO off Zeebox. Zeebox is a second-screen TV app with features like a customizable TV guide, news feeds for users’ favorite shows, and discussion rooms for those shows. Anthony was kind enough to show us some of the things Zeebox can do and provide iMore with an exclusive look at the iOS update that's due out in a few days.

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Hype 2.5: A love letter to the animated — and responsive! — web

The big news with Tumult's Hype's 2.5 update is that their layouts have become flexible, meaning they can now integrate with responsive designs and scale to suit different browser sizes and orientations. You can also now export animations as video files... or animated GIFs. Yup, you can now use Hype animations to troll email and message boards. French, German, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, and Spanish and now all localized and supported. Hype Reflect 1.1, redesigned for iOS 7, has also been updated to let you preview all the new features on your iPhone.

The big news with Tumult's Hype's 2.5 update is that their layouts have become flexible, meaning they can now integrate with responsive designs and scale to suit different browser sizes and orientations. You can also now export animations as video files... or animated GIFs. Yup, you can now use Hype animations to troll email and message boards. French, German, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, and Spanish and now all localized and supported. Hype Reflect 1.1, redesigned for iOS 7, has also been updated to let you preview all the new features on your iPhone.

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#CESlive: Elite Screens brings high quality projection screens to the masses

While there is a huge focus on televisions at CES each and every year, there's also a huge focus on home theatre systems in general and for some that means making use of projectors and projection screens. David Rodgers from Elite Screens stopped by the #CESlive booth to show John and Rene their latest projection screens.

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#CESlive: Seeing the light with Striker Hand Tools

If you've never heard of Striker Hand Tools before, be prepared to bookmark their webpage because they offer plenty of things you never knew you needed in your life.

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Monoprice offers much more than just cables as we learned at #CESlive

If you've ever been on the hunt for reasonably priced HDMI or USB cables then the chances you've heard of Monoprice are extremely high but as we learned at CES, Monoprice offers much more than just cables.

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Taking a look at the next generation FitBug from #CESlive

Although the wearable health tech industry really blew up this year at CES, FitBug and its founder, Paul Landau have been encouraging people to eat a little better and do a little more since 2005.

Paul stopped by the #CESlive stage to talk to Cali and Phil about their latest product, the FitBug Orb. The Orb is a versatile Bluetooth 4.0 device that can be worn as a wrist band, a clip-on, or a variety of other carrying solutions and aims to help you get fitter, healthier and happier.

You can learn more about the FitBug Orb by checking out the video above or if you're looking for more #CESlive content, you can head on over to our super page for more.

 

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#CESlive: The Sounds of Samson Technologies

Samson Technologies began in 1980 designing wireless microphone systems and ever since then they've been adding to their lineup and have become a leader in both consumer and professional audio across their three bands, Samson Audio, Samson Wireless and Hartke.

James Petercsak swung by the #CESlive stage to give Cali and Phil a look at some of their latest products which includes some fantastic Bluetooth speakers at incredibly reasonable prices along with some great looking USB condenser microphones for home use.

Check out the video above and if you're looking for more from #CESlive, head on over to our super page!

 

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#CESlive: Ralph Cirella of Geektime on Sirius 101

Ralph Cirella, the host of Geektime on Sirius101 stopped by the CESlive stage to chat it up with Cali and Rene about CES 2014.

Talking smartphones and tablets, Android and iOS, apps and much more, Ralph shared some thoughts on the current state of the mobile space, and how far things have come over the course of the last few years. With technology continuing to advance and things constantly becoming better, Ralph is just excited to watch it all change, and be a part of it happening.

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#CESlive: Structure offers 3D scanning right on your iPad

Imagine being able to use a sensor to scan the room that you are in on your iPad and then have it digitalize instantly. The folks at Structure have introduced their Sensor product which allows you to do all of this with a simple add on piece to the iPad.

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