Don't-Miss Camera Stories
Over 11,000 people have signed a petition asking Apple not to deploy technology that would allow third parties like the police to use it to disable cameras on user phones under certain circumstances.
Existing Nest Cam Indoor and Dropbox Pro users will get new software features, too.
A recently discovered vulnerability in a D-Link network camera exists in over 120 different D-Link products and allows attackers to remotely take over the affected devices.
Attackers have compromised more than 25,000 digital video recorders and CCTV cameras and are using them to launch distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against websites.
New door/window sensors can trigger Netatmo's Welcome camera to capture a clip and upload it to a Dropbox account.
The DCS-8200LH boasts a 180-degree field of view and can be integrated with existing smart-home platforms. The company plans to develop HomeKit-compatible cameras down the road.
New features could render this camera a stronger competitor.
The Janus 360 from Drone Volt can carry ten GoPro Hero4 4K cameras to shoot hi-def video up, down and all around
A Silicon Valley startup says it's developed a better lens for smartphone photography -- one that produces clearer images without the distortion often seen in photos from competing lenses.
Silk Labs, the developer of the unique Sense security camera and smart-home hub, has decided to license its technology to third-party manufacturers instead of building its own hardware.
Intel has grand plans for computers that will recognize human emotion using its RealSense 3D camera, but Apple appears to have dealt it a setback.
A new class of SD cards will be available later this year for devices like cameras, smartphones and VR headsets to quickly record and access 4K and 8K video.
The highly-portable Nubo lets you stake out remote corners of your backyard, or monitor your campsite—and its surveillance and convenience features help it stand out from other security cameras.
Up to 46,000 Internet accessible digital video recorders (DVRs) that are used to monitor and record video streams from surveillance cameras in homes and businesses can be easily taken over by hackers.
This connected-home hub connects to the cloud, but keeps all your data local and private, including the video from its onboard security camera.