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Wyze Cam will temporarily lose person detection after AI provider cancels contract

Back in July, Wyze announced person detection on its security cameras which it implemented with the help of third-party service provider Xnor.ai. It seems like the contract between the companies lets the AI firm terminate the lease at any moment without reason, which is exactly what has happened, as Wyze announced in a blog post yesterday. Luckily, the camera manufacturer can continue using Xnor.ai's technology until mid-January 2020 and is already looking into rolling out its own in-house solution later next year.

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(Update: Amazon too) Arlo Pro 3 multi-camera kits are up to $110 off at Best Buy

Arlo cameras are popular on the market, mainly due to their reliability. They're also known to be relatively expensive, but this deal will help you save a few bucks on these multi-camera kits. You get a choice of two, four, and six-pack bundles, selling for $450, $720, and $990, respectively, with savings ranging from $50 to $110.

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Arlo Pro 3 review: Two steps forward, one step back

Wireless cameras have had a huge impact on how we're able to keep a watchful eye over our homes, possessions, and loved ones. Modern systems are as feature packed as they are easy to install, and the field is still new enough that we're seeing real improvements generation-to-generation. Earlier this year, Arlo launched a 4K option in the form of its Ultra cam, and now we're getting a fresh entry in its Pro series with the release of the Arlo Pro 3.

The Pro 2 was already a fantastic wireless camera, with a solid 1080p resolution, battery life extending into weeks, and free 7-day cloud storage for recorded clips.

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(Update: Now $303 and $419) Arlo Pro 2 bundles with two and three cameras are down to $316 and $440, respectively (35% off)

Arlo wireless cameras are known for their reliability, but their relatively high cost can be a roadblock. Thankfully, both two and three-camera bundles are marked down to $316 and $440, respectively, which is about 35% off their MSRP.

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4-pack of Arlo Ultra security cameras on sale for its lowest price of $900 ($100 off)

When it comes to securing your property with the best quality infrastructure you can get, we think an Arlo Ultra setup is a good choice. We've never been a fan, though, of the somewhat exorbitant pricing. But today, if you're willing to splurge for four cameras, you can get them for $100 off.

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Keep a lookout with the Arlo Ultra camera system for $363 ($37 off)

If you'd like to start keeping an eye out on your front porch for package deliveries and strangers in 4K clarity, day or night, both Best Buy and Amazon have the Arlo Ultra wire-free 4K camera system on sale. It normally sells for $400, but it's available today for $363 ($37 off).

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Arlo announces Pro 3 wireless security cameras with 2K resolution

Despite its issues, Arlo still makes the best wireless security cameras. Arlo took a big step early this year when it launched its first 4K security camera, the Arlo Ultra. Arlo's newest camera builds on the Ultra, but it has a lower resolution, and hopefully fewer bugs at launch.

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Get a Nest Hello doorbell cam for $164 ($65 off), watch Amazon manhandle your deliveries

Of all the places to put a security camera, the front door is one of the most practical and least invasive. Google's Nest makes a great option in the Hello, a connected doorbell with a camera built right in. You can get one for $164 right now on Rakuten, a whole $65 off MSRP.

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Arlo releases new Android app with two-factor authentication support

Arlo spun off from Netgear a while back, but it's been using the same Netgear-signed app the whole time. Starting today, there's a new Arlo app under a new Play Store listing. The updated app looks the same, but it adds an important feature in the form of two-factor authentication.

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Arlo Ultra 4K wireless security cameras are up to $56 off

When we reviewed the Arlo Ultra, we were impressed by its video quality and battery life, but found its price to be very steep. Thankfully, the product is now on sale, down to $546 ($54 off) for a two-pack, or $756 ($44) for three cameras.

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