Connected security cameras are one of the first smart home devices people think about buying, yet it’s understandable that not everyone feels comfortable with a camera inside their house recording their personal life. That’s why video doorbells make a lot more sense — they provide the benefit of a security cam aimed at your home’s entrance, while also offering several other perks like checking deliveries or answering the door when you’re not home.
Ring announces renter-friendly doorbell camera that goes into the door’s peephole was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
We just reviewed GE’s new C-Life Multicolor smart bulbs, and while they’re an excellent way to get into the wonderful world of smart lights, they only work with Google Assistant. If you want something that’s compatible with both Assistant and Alexa (and IFTTT, and Cortana), you can now get two TP-Link bulbs for $27.99 from B&H — the current price for just one of the bulbs on Amazon.
The TP-Link KL120 bulb is dimmable, but doesn’t change color.
Grab two TP-Link smart light bulbs for $28, the usual price for one bulb was written by the awesome team at Android Police.