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With integrated knock and motion sensors, this upgraded peephole camera will detect wrongdoers darkening your door.
These bulbs work with the included hub, or with third-party gear.
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It’s not perfect, but who wants another hockey puck just to talk to Alexa?
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Wyze Labs' $30 pan-and-tilt camera can hold its own with the big brands.
This smart device lets parents check on their little ones from anywhere they have internet access.
It’s strictly for home security today, but every bit of the infrastructure needed to build this into a robust smart home system is already in place.
The Wisenet Smartcam D1 video doorbell delivers one of the best pictures we've seen, but it's not without its faults.
Amazon’s Echo had a long head start with Vivint, but this is the first time the service provider has included smart speakers in its packages by default.
The long-delayed DIY home security system costs $199, with optional professional monitoring for $10 per month.
It lacks some sexier features, but it has nearly all the ones that matter most.
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