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Two network video cameras raise the bar for home security

Discussion in 'Network World' started by RSS, Jan 19, 2016.

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    With the Internet of Things really starting to take off now, especially in the home security / video camera space, I recently had a chance to try out two devices aimed at making your home more secure through motion detection, alerts and audio communications.

    The scoop: Canary home security video camera, $199 (or a two-pack for $379), by Canary

    What is it? Here’s another network-connected video camera that you can use to monitor your home for security-related purposes, such as looking for intruders, or non-security purposes, such as watching to see if your dog is jumping on the furniture, or a “babycam” to see if your child is sleeping or awake. The cylindrical device connects via wired ethernet to a home router, or you can use a Wi-Fi network (802.11a/b/g/n). Monitoring of the camera is done via mobile app (Android or iOS supported).

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