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Vayyar’s take on the smart home camera is also meant to increase your privacy as it works without ever capturing any actual images of your home or family. If it works as promised, Vayyar’s sensors will add an interesting twist to smart home security.
Andrew Gebhart , CNET, Vayyar watches over your smart home without using a camera
True to its name, Ring is now providing homeowners with 360 degrees of security solutions. At CES 2018, the smart home company introduced smart lights, as well as indoor and outdoor cameras, to its so-called Ring of Security. The company also announced that its professionally monitored home security system, Ring Alarm, will begin shipping this spring. Together with the Ring Neighborhoods network, Ring helps protect not only your home, but the homes in your area as well.
Lulu Chang, Digital Trends, Ring aims to make your home safe and secure with a new camera and smart lights
Consumers are not the only ones looking for the most innovative technology – the police are also on the lookout for novelties. That’s why you could soon start seeing the new (and possibly first) patrol bike on the streets of Florida and California.The mobile security company Ekin, on the occasion of CES 2018 , unveiled Bike Patrol, an intelligent bicycle designed for police departments with mounted patrol cars in order to recognize license plates, detect the speed of vehicles and various infractions in the streets.
Claudia Cruz, CNET, Watch out! The bike Bike Patrol has a surveillance camera for the police
Rocketbook can solve the problem of too many papers to shuffle through. Combine reusable paper with a smart organizing app, and you have a clutter free, organized experience.
Jon Walters, MacSources, Rocketbook Interview Showstoppers: Who knew that you could making paper smart?
Along with the upgraded SmartFeeder 2.0, Petnet is also launching SmartShop, an online marketplace that uses AI in order to help guide pet owners toward the healthiest food options for their pets. The site asks for the pet’s age, weight, activity level, allergies, breed, and more, then delivers food recommendations that both match the parameters and fall within the owner’s budget. Each brand comes with a Petnet FoodScore and the site breaks down details on ingredients and macronutrient information.
Dani Deahl, The Verge, Petnet’s new SmartFeeder 2.0 comes with a refined design and Google Assistant support
…the default design for most chargers is still just a single USB-A port. It just doesn’t make sense. That’s where iOttie’s newest chargers are hoping to change things. The company has a few new wireless charging gadgets coming this spring, some of which also feature the ability to charge multiple devices at once.
David Carnoy, CNET, iOttie's new chargers are designed for a multi-device world
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