Not every smart camera is the same. At least one can give rewards, firing treats at your pups when they're being a good little pup.
Protecting your home with security cameras that can be tracked by your phone is fantastic, but all those false positives can burn the experience. And that's where Uniden is hoping is has a fix.
Right now, if you want to add a security camera to your home to make it smarter and safer, there’s a good chance you’re paying a fair bit, but a starter camera from D-Link could fix that.
Not home? No worries, because with the latest Ring digital doorbell, a Full HD video call with anyone at the door is an app away.The smart home is coming, and it begins with the things you can change. Take the smart speaker, because you can easily add that, giving you someone to speak to that can search the internet simply by listening to your voice.And what about smart security cameras? There are quite a few of those around, paying attention to your home, and recording and uploading the happenings to the cloud so…
Netgear's Arlo wireless security system has already proven a hit, but how do you make it better? Get it to watch over the newest members of your family.
Our homes are getting smarter, and that's thanks to smart cameras, smart plugs, and smart everything else. One more company has rocked up in Australia, and while it's an original, its original smart thermostat is not part of the package.A part of Google's "Alphabet" company is arriving in Australia this week, and the news is good if you happen to like cameras, and less good if you were perhaps hoping for the original product the company made that put them on the map.Specifically, it’s Nest, a company that made its…