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Snapchat has come up with a way of monitoring people's emotions at events via their selfies.

Snapchat figured out how to analyse people’s selfies to score their emotions

A new Snap patent outlines how the firm could use facial recognition on selfies to determine how people are feeling at an event. The company could then charge companies money for information on the 'aggregate mood' at their events.
Google Glass

Google Glass is being used to help children with autism ‘read minds’

Children with autism tend to be unsure of how to navigate social situations. The Google Glass aims to change that.

I bought a $999 iPhone X eight months ago — and I kind of regret it

I'm not mad that I bought Apple's $999 iPhone X, but I do wonder if I got the most bang for my buck.
Facebook co-founder, Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee in the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill April 11, 2018 in Washington, DC.

Facebook is using ‘dishonest and manipulative’ tactics to get EU users to agree to facial recognition, critics say

Facebook has to get user permission to turn on facial recognition for users in the EU. But critics say that it's not playing fair in getting permission.

Sorry, but the iPhone’s hideous notch probably won’t get smaller until 2019

Apple is reportedly designing a smaller notch for the 2019 iPhones.
A man uses an iris recognition scanner during the Biometrics 2004 exhibition and conference October 14, 2004 in London.

Password-free smartphones are no longer the stuff of science fiction — they’re everywhere

Less than five years ago, fingerprint and eye scanners in smartphones seemed like a mad-scientist's dream.
Apple's iPhone X.

Any app that works with Apple’s fingerprint sensor will work with the iPhone X’s Face ID technology

Developers won't need to update their apps for them to be compatible with the new phone's facial recognition system.