Amazon's newest Echo wants to take a good look at youIn this week's wrapup, Amazon introduces a new Alexa-enabled camera that gives you style tips because that's what the world really needs.
This is CNet, and here are the stories that matter right now. Amazon introduced a new Alexa enabled product called the Echo Look. The device features a depth-sensing camera, LED lights for pictures, and also gives fashion advice. The Echo Look app will include a feature called Style Check, that will let you compare two outfits. The app uses machine learning to give you a recommendation on what to wear. The $200 eco look is available by invite only to US customers for now. Waymo is opening up its self driving cars to the public in the Phoenix, Arizona area. People in that location can sign up for Waymo's early rider program and receive free rides. Waymo's CEO says, the goal of the program is to give participants access to the fleet everyday at any time. [MUSIC] Email-organizing service Unroll.me is under file. A New York Times story about Uber revealed that Unroll.me had sold anonymous user information about email habits to the ridesharing giant. Being a free service, Unroll.me makes money by sharing data. The company said it needs to be more transparent with its users on how it monetizes the information it collects. And finally Nintendo says it has sold 2.7 million Nintendo Switch units. The company forecasts it will sell another 10 million units by this time next year. Nintendo also announced a new version of it's Nintendo 2DS handheld. It's called the Nintendo 2DS XL, and features the same screen sizes found on the 3DS XL. It will cost $150 when it goes on sale on July 28th. [MUSIC] Stay up-to-date with the latest by downloading the CNET Tech Today App available for iOS and Android.