Terry Walsh

Terry Walsh

Terry Walsh is a British-born technology writer living in Canada, whose first computer was a cherished 48k ZX Spectrum. Alongside his smart home coverage at Digital Trends, his published work includes an extensive series of books on Windows, Windows Server, and Mac OS Server.

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4K in home security is finally here, thanks to Arlo’s Ultra UHD smart cam

The 4K home security camera is finally here! Class-leading image clarity and a super-wide field of vision makes Arlo Ultra an early contender for the year’s best smart cam. While there are definite quirks to the device, the device…
Product Review

There's finally a video doorbell you can customize to match your house

The wireless August View smart doorbell lacks the style and some of the quality of its predecessor, but is simpler to install and integrates well with the company’s smart locks.
Product Review

Reolink C2 Pro offers home monitoring with an old-school vibe at a great value

5 MP image quality and pan, tilt, zoom control are remarkable features in a $100 smart camera, but the Reolink C2 Pro is held back by a lack of cloud storage support and old-school user experience.
Product Review

Lockly Secure Plus adds style, fingerprint entry to your smart home

With Bluetooth, app, keypad, pin, fingerprint access, and even old-school metal keys, the Lockly Secure Plus offers a dizzying array of access features, but it's pricier and larger than the best value smart locks on the market today.
Smart Home

Google Home Mini vs. Amazon Echo Dot: Which smart home speaker is better?

We put the two most popular smart home speakers -- the Google Home Mini and the 3rd generation Amazon Echo Dot -- together and tested them on appearance, audio, and abilities. So which should you buy? Find out how they did in our showdown.
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Gate’s Smart Lock is locked and loaded but ultimately lacks important basics

In a world of video cameras and doorbells comes the Gate Smart Lock, a lock with a video camera embedded. It’s a great idea, but lacks some crucial functionality to make it a top-notch product.