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Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Self-cleaning gym bags and coffee table Pong

Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the web this week. You can't technically buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!
Computing

FedEx is paying people to use Adobe Flash for Office Print service

FedEx really wants you to use Adobe Flash if you're designing and printing signs, banners, posters, and more from the comfort of your web browser, so much so that it's actually paying people to install it.
Outdoors

CityConnect is creating a ‘Pokemon Go’-style augmented reality app for cyclists

By creating an augmented reality app for cyclists, CityConnect's aim is to enhance the cycling experience with elements of game playing. Players will be rewarded for following traffic laws and acting responsibly.
Mobile

The pen is mightier than the finger: The best styli for all your needs

The stylus is currently undergoing a resurgence, namely due to the popularity of tablets. Here are some of our favorites models for doodlers and note-takers alike, from the Adonit Pixel to the Apple Pencil.
Computing

Google releases Chrome OS 57 to stable channel, adds features for tablet mode

Chrome OS hasn't been the most tablet-friendly operating system, but the latest stable version, Chrome OS 57, introduces a couple of features that will make the growing number of touchscreen devices more attractive.
Gaming

Play the role of a cheapskate with these 5 free RPGs

Just because you want to play a premium RPG, doesn't mean you have to a pay a premium price. These five role-playing titles will allow you to explore distant galaxies and familiar worlds without dropping a dime.
Computing

This is how OneDrive works in Windows 10 1:33

In Windows 10, OneDrive is turning into a central sync and storage hub that offers robust compatibility across apps, devices, and platforms. Here's how to make the most of the feature on your Windows-based machine.
Computing

Tempted by the dark side? Here's what you need to know about the Dark Web

There's more to the Dark Web than Silk Road. Here, we talk about what the term entails, the risks involved with exploring it, and how to navigate it should you decide to do so.
Mobile

Google is reportedly working on a new social app for photo editing and sharing

Google is reportedly working on yet another photo-based app. Unlike Google Photos, this app may be for groups to edit and share their photos. Google says that it's "just experimenting" and that there aren't any release plans yet.
Computing

Samsung Book user manual and new launch video offer interesting details

Samsung's Galaxy Book will need to address issues with the previous model, and Samsung has faced keyboard deficiencies head-on with a new design. There is some weirdness on hand, however, according to the machine's user manual.
Computing

Adata introduces the XPS SD700X, a fast and rugged external SSD for gamers

SSDs are more expensive than HDDs, and so they're not the most economical solution for high-volume storage. That usually rules out SSDs as external drives, but ADATA wants to change that with its new XPG SD700X 1TB external drive.
Product Review

Dell Latitude E5470 Review

Dell Latitude E5470 review.