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Ring rolls out end-to-end encryption for its wired video doorbells and security cameras

Ring has announced that the option to enable end-to-end encryption for video streams is now rolling out globally. Earlier this year, the company started testing the feature in the U.S., but the company is now ready to move the feature out of technical preview. The Amazon-owned smart home brand has been routinely criticized for sharing data...

Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 features enhanced motion detection and “head to toe” video

Ring recently revealed the affordable Video Doorbell Wired, and the company is back with another announcement. The Video Doorbell Pro 2 is the company’s latest high-end home security device that includes a couple of notable upgrades, including 3D motion detection and “head to toe” video. One of the Video Doorbell Pro 2’s most significant new features...

Ring launches its cheapest smart doorbell, the Video Doorbell Wired

Amazon on Wednesday introduced a new Ring doorbell that retails for just $59. That makes it the company’s most affordable video doorbell yet and a great option for those who have been curious about getting a smart doorbell for their home. The Ring Video Doorbell Wired (I know, not the most exciting name) isn’t just cheap,...

Ring rolls out end-to-end encryption for video doorbells and security cameras

Ring has announced the rollout of end-to-end encryption (E2EE), first revealed in Fall 2020, for a selection of its products, as it tries to bolster confidence in its security credentials. The Amazon-owned smart security brand has raised more than a few eyebrows with its policies in recent years and will be hoping to bridge the...

Know who’s at your door with the Ring Video Doorbell Pro, and grab one for under $100

I get a lot of knocks on my door nowadays. Every time, I need to do some quick mental gymnastics to figure out what to do. Is it Instacart just dropping off the groceries and my notifications didn't tell me? Is it the mailman? Is it someone asking for me to do a survey and...

Ring recalls some batches of its smart doorbells due to overheating risk

Ring, the Amazon-owned smart security company, is recalling selected batches of its iconic smart doorbells after a potential overheating hazard was discovered. The recall affects the Ring 2nd Generation Video Doorbell, first released in 2018. Although, when connected and installed correctly, the units pose no threat, if incorrect screws are used, it can cause the...