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Ring Unveils New Floodlight Cam Wired Pro Security Camera
Are you looking for a new outdoor security camera to protect your home while you’re away? If you are, then you might be interested to learn that Ring has announced their latest security camera in the form of the Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Pro. It is quite a mouthful but if anything, it is a pretty accurate description of the camera.

Second-Gen Ring Video Doorbell Pro Could Offer Higher Resolution Videos
At the moment, the Ring Video Doorbell offers users video streamed at 1080p. This is actually pretty decent footage since we’re not sure who might need to stream doorbell video footage at anything higher. However, if you feel like you need to futureproof your purchases for the foreseeable future, you could be in luck.

Ring Doorbell Can Now Take Messages Or Play Pre-Recorded Messages
One of the benefits of devices like the Ring video doorbell is that it comes with a two-way intercom system. This means that even if you’re not home, you can use the camera to see who’s at the door and use the intercom to speak to that person remotely. It’s useful, but that’s assuming you have the time to use the feature.

Ring Video Doorbell Wired Is The Company’s Cheapest And Smallest Doorbell To Date
A door’s peephole is good and useful if you’re home and someone rings your doorbell. But what if you’re not home? That’s where smart doorbells can come in handy, and Ring is a company that comes to mind when it comes to such products, but we get it, it can be a bit expensive to set it up.

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Ring Launches Video End-To-End Encryption For Its Doorbells And Cameras
Ring is a maker of smart home devices like security cameras and doorbells that can stream video. There is some concern that maybe these video feeds could be hacked and allow a hacker to see through your camera, but the good news for those of you who own a Ring device is that the company has introduced an update that introduces end-to-end video encryption.

Ring’s Mailbox Sensor Lets You Know When You’ve Got Mail
While we can use tracking numbers to keep track of our deliveries, this doesn’t always apply to things like letters. If you’d like to be kept in the know whenever you have new mail in your mailbox, you might want to check out Ring’s new Mailbox Sensor, whose name is actually rather straightforward and telling.

Some Ring Doorbells Are Catching On Fire When Installed Incorrectly
Ever had a doorbell catch on fire? We imagine that’s probably a concern almost no one had, but it appears that if you own the second-gen Ring Video Doorbell, there is a chance that could happen if you installed the doorbell incorrectly. So much so that Ring has announced that they’ll be recalling the device.

Ring Expands Its Security Offers To Automobiles
Ring is mostly known for its home security systems like its smart doorbell and more recently its home security camera that comes with a built-in sentry drone. However, it seems that the company has decided to expand on their portfolio where they’ll be moving beyond the home and into automobiles.

Amazon Has A Crazy New Ring Security Camera That Has A Built-In Drone
Due to the fact that home security cameras are becoming cheaper, easier to install, and easier to use, it’s not surprising that more people are starting to use them. For the most part, they get the job done, but who’s to say that it cannot be improved upon? That’s what Amazon is trying to do with its latest Ring home security camera.

Ring Updates Its $99.99 Entry-Level Smart Doorbell
If you’re looking to start making your home smarter, getting devices like a smart doorbell is one way to go about it. The ability to remotely see who’s at your door and talk through it is a pretty useful feature to have, especially if you’re not at home and you want to make sure that your home is safe.

Ring To Make Two-Factor Authentication Mandatory
Ring has recently come under fire when some of its practices, which involved collecting data and sending it to third-party companies, were discovered. The company later came forward where they stated that in a future update, they plan on beefing up its privacy and security and also giving users an option to opt out of data collection.

Ring App Will Soon Let Users Opt Out Of Data Sharing
Last month, it was discovered that Ring’s app had been collecting and sending user data back to companies such as Google and Facebook. Clearly this did not sit well with customers because ironically enough, for a company that sells products meant to better protect your home, they sure seemed like they were doing a poor data at protecting your privacy.

Ring Doorbell App Sends Data To Facebook & Others Says EFF
Amazon-owned Ring, which is popularly known for its home security systems is now being criticized for its data collection techniques.Not just how it works – but the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) published an article to share their findings regarding the data collection using Ring app on Android.They identified that the app includes several third-party trackers to collect your personal information – which is potentially enough to help you make a […]

Amazon Sued Over Ring Devices Being Susceptible To Hacks
Smart home devices are fantastic inventions. They let us remotely control our lights, doors, home appliances, and more. It can also be automated which could also potentially be great for energy savings. However, the problem with smart home devices is that because they’re connected to the internet, it means that they are also susceptible to hacks.

Amazon’s Ring Could Be Moving Towards Smart Lightbulbs
For those unfamiliar, back in 2018, Amazon acquired Ring. In case you did not know, Ring is a company that makes smart video doorbells, but the company has also since branched into creating security cameras. However, could the company be planning on expanding their portfolio with more smart home devices?

Amazon's Ring Has Partnerships With Over 200 Law Enforcement Agencies
Amazon’s home surveillance company Ring appears to have more partnerships with law enforcement agencies in the country than previously believed. An email obtained through a public record request by Motherboard shows that the company has entered into partnerships with at least 200 law enforcement agencies.

Ring’s Smart Doorbells Now One Step Closer To Gaining HomeKit Support
Several years ago, Ring announced that they would be working to bring HomeKit support to its smart doorbells. However, after Amazon acquired the company, some were understandably worried that this would never come to pass, but Ring later clarified that by confirming that HomeKit support would still be coming.

Ring Reportedly Gave Employees Full Access To Live Camera Feeds [Updated]
Update – Ring has since reached out to clarify that annotation on videos is only done for publicly shared Ring videos. They also denied the initial reports and stated that “Ring does not provide employees with access to livestreams of Ring devices.”Ring, the company known for their smart doorbells, is coming under fire recently where according to a report from The Intercept (via 9to5Google), it seems that the company gave […]

Ring Door View Cam Can Be Installed Without Wires
#CES2019 – If one of your concerns about putting together a smartphone is potentially having to rewire and reinstall everything, Ring could help put your mind at ease with its latest Door View Cam smart doorbell. This is because the Door View Cam’s installation is pretty easy and does not require any wires.

Amazon Unveils New Ring Security Cameras
Earlier this year Amazon announced that they would be acquiring smart doorbell maker Ring. For those unfamiliar with Ring, they created a smart doorbell that also comes with a built-in camera that allows users to see who is outside and control it via their smartphone via an accompanying app.