When it comes to security cameras, Netgear's Arlo brand is one of the most well known and for good reason. So when deals for the company's products pop up, we pay attention. Such is the case today — Amazon has a two-pack of the Arlo Q for $207.99, a nice $72 off. Read More
Lenovo Smart Home Essentials is the company's new product line for the connected home. It's starting off humbly with a camera, a wall plug, and a light bulb — consequently, I feel like there should be a joke here, but I'm drawing a blank. These will be compatible with both Alexa and Assistant right out of the gate, too. Read More
If you're looking to get into the wireless IP home security front, then this deal is a good place to start. Yi is offering its first-generation 1080p Home Camera for $44.99 on Amazon, a nice savings of $15 off the $59.99 MSRP. Read More
In the market for an IP camera? Amazon's has a 'Deal of the Day' all day today for ANNKE's 1080p IP camera, which gives you 2-way audio, motion detection, and tilt/pan functionality, all for just $55.99. It's a great deal. You can pick one up at the manufacturer with our discount, too. Read More
Security cameras continue to gather more and more sales. Amazon still leads the way with today's deal — the Arlo Pro 3-pack, which includes the siren and three cameras, is going for $499.99 right now. Normally, this would cost you $579.99, but you can save a nice $80 sum. Read More
Web-accessible cameras don't need much in terms of bells and whistles, but that doesn't mean you can't have them all the same. That seems to be the development direction behind TinyCam, one of the most popular IP camera viewers on the Play Store. The latest update adds some API strings that make it more compatible with the experimental multi-window mode everyone's raving about in Android N. That should be extremely handy for watching your front door and browsing Android Police at the same time. Read More
When it comes to IP security cameras, Dropcam is (and has been) one of the biggest names in the game. It's easy enough to use, sets up quickly, and can basically be left alone once everything is in place (most of the time, at least). That's the kind of simplicity that most home and small business owners want, which is what Dropcam has been offering since day one. Add in the fact that the company is constantly adding new, useful features to its apps, and you have a winner.
Naturally, challengers are going to come. There's clearly a market for products like this, so why let one manufacturer own it? Read More