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A boom in wireless security cameras is inspiring a movement in DIY home surveillance. Follow our buying guide and read our reviews to find the best option for you.
The long-delayed DIY home security system costs $199, with optional professional monitoring for $10 per month.
It lacks some sexier features, but it has nearly all the ones that matter most.
The Arbor Instant Video Doorbell is a welcome addition to the battery-powered video doorbell market, but focus on its performance and not the company's inflated claims.
The battery-powered Blink XT is exceedingly easy to install and use, though some will find it lacking in features and image quality.
With built-in lullabies, room temperature monitoring, and a multi-camera "patrol" mode, this easy-to-use baby monitor is the next best thing to a night nurse.
The company will donate its All-In-One home monitoring camera to first responders and emergency services departments you nominate.
This budget-priced kit has a long way to go to compete in an increasingly crowded market.
The powerful budget camera adds motion tagging and smart home integration.
Ring sells five outdoor security cameras. Here's how to choose the best one for you.
This combo spotlight and security camera protects the most vulnerable areas outside your home after sundown.
The Circle 2 improves on its predecessor is every way, but you have to spend a little extra to unlock all its goodness.
Ring's first-generation video doorbell is now half the price of its second-generation model, thanks to a recent price cut. So which one should you choose?
Amazon has completed its acquisition of Ring and immediately cut the price of its popular video doorbell
The best dash cams can record what's ahead (and sometimes what's behind), and mark it with GPS (or what's the point?). This is what you need on the mean streets of modern life.