Along with the door itself, the doorbell is one of the first items most visitors will interact with when entering your home. The Ring Video Doorbell can show you who's at the door, whether they've actually rung the doorbell or not.
Ring rolled out color night vision to its wired security products with cameras such as the Spotlight Cam Wired. At the same time, Ring added HDR control to its battery-powered security devices including the Video Doorbell 2.
Two upcoming security lights being made by Ring have been revealed in documents filed with the Federal Communications Commission. The filings seem to show that the lights won't include security cameras.
It seems that Google Assistant is coming to everything, and now it’s coming to LG’s new LG Tone Platinum SE in-ear headphones, launching along with the LG Tone Ultra SE, which features an external speaker.
A family in Salinas, California had their Ring camera capture something pretty unexpected: a man licking the doorbell outside of their home for more than three hours. The incident took place around 5:00 a.m.
Ring, the company behind the popular video doorbell, now has a new parent and a new price. On Thursday, Amazon announced that it completed the acquisition of the smart home company, and is offering the video doorbell for $100.
As per a new report, a major security flaw in popular video doorbells from Ring, the company recently acquired by Amazon for $1 billion, does not require users to re-log into the doorbell app when a password has been changed.
A man in Lake Worth, Florida was caught on film licking a family's video doorbell. This makes the second incident like this in just over a month, after another doorbell licker was caught in California.
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