Amazon may know how you feel, and a new handheld gaming system debuts
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Amazon is working on a wearable device that can recognize human emotions, according to new reports by Bloomberg.
The device would have microphones and would figure out your feelings based on your voice.
Bloomberg says that quote, eventually the technology could be able to advise the wearer.
How to interact more effectively with others.
There's a new entry into portable gaming.
Say hello to play date.
It's made by Panic, a company better known for MAC and iOS software.
Here's the idea, it's a little yellow device that resembles a Gameboy.
It has a black a white screen, a D pad, two buttons and a hand crank.
The hand crank is for game play, not for power.
The games are a secret for now, but there are 12 in what Panic calls Season One.
You would get one new game each week.
The Playdate will cost around $150 and Panic says it will ship in early 2020.
Movie rating site Rotten Tomatoes is making some changes.
Audience scores shown on the site will show ratings from fans confirm to what bought tickets to those films.
Reviews associated with a ticket purchase will be marked with a verified icon.
There will still be an option to see ratings by everyone under the all audience tab.
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