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Wireless security cameras are a great way to keep an eye on your home and spot potential trouble. But just because your house is safer doesn’t mean the footage these streaming video cameras collect is necessarily safe—or even private.
“These cameras are capable of capturing and transmitting very sensitive data,” says Cody Feng, a test engineer at CR’s Digital Lab. That’s why we test them for data security and data privacy.
Below you’ll find reviews of the six best wireless security cameras from our ratings. The list, in alphabetical
According to FBI reports from 2018, the number of household burglaries are decreasing every year in the US, but the average dollar value per offense has been on the rise, with an average of $2,799 of stolen items per burglary. The stats may sound scary, but there’s a lot you can do to protect your home, family, and valuable items from intruders—or attain proof to report a robbery if it were to happen. The most obvious starting point: installing a home security system.
Today’s home security systems range from simple video doorbells or outdoor
I think we all got to that point in quarantine where we just started going off and trying out new, truly absurd meals and drinks for sh*ts and giggles, right? Welp, this was also true for Mad Men actress Caity Lotz, who mixed tequila and oat milk AND frothed egg whites…? Yeeeah, I was just as concerned too.
With the help of her gorgeous bartender Beezlee (aka her precious floof), she gathered some booze to see which one she wanted to turn into an actual drink. Between the wine, vodka, and tequila, she went with the tequiqui. Smart
Adrienne Maxwell is the lead editor of Wirecutter’s AV team and has worked as a writer and editor in the consumer electronics industry for 20 years. During that time, she has reviewed numerous audio and video products, including virtually every major DIY universal-remote platform.
In this era of smart TVs, streaming media players, and soundbars, we enjoy more functionality from fewer devices. The typical living-room entertainment system may include a single source device—say, a streaming media player, cable/satellite set-top box, or gaming console—plus a smart TV and a soundbar. For a
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