Ring are known for their video doorbell but are now adding to their product lineup with the Ring Floodlight Cam​. The product was announced at CES but it’ll be April before its available. Not content with adding a video camera to the doorbell, the floodlight is now also getting a long...
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    We’ve all seen that grainy security camera footage on the 6pm news and scratched our heads why its not better quality. Well now that’s all set to change with Swann’s latest top-of-the-line security system feature 4K quality. Ready for installation at home or in a business, the Swann 4K...
  • NAB launch APIs for developers

    National Australia Bank (NAB) claim to be the first major Australian bank to launch a developer API which allows programmatic access to data. After doing some research, it looks like Commonwealth Bank, ANZ and Westpac all have APIs available, but are restricted business solutions. So what kind of data is going...
  • Amazon just reinvented the supermarket

    Amazon Go is a brand new, unique shopping experience located at 2131 7th Ave, Seattle, WA, on the corner of 7th Avenue and Blanchard Street. Currently open to Amazon employees in a Beta program, the revolutionary supermarket will open to the public in early 2017. So what makes Amazon Go so different...
  • IoT Solutions Congress should be interesting this week

    The internet was sick this week, with massive DDOS attacks launched against DYN DNS. For those not familiar with DNS, its the service that resolves those ugly IP addresses to memorable, advertisable website addresses that you type into your browser. Think of it like an index at the library...
  • Review: Ring Video Doorbell keeping Aussie homes safe

    The Ring Video Doorbell first came to my attention through their advertisements on a number of US-based podcasts I listen to. Shortly after I first heard about Ring, I headed to their website and at the time was disappointed this IoT device wasn’t available in Australia. Now that’s all changed...
  • D-Link adds 180° Wide-Eye camera to reduce camera costs

    D-Link ANZ have added the DCS-960L to their lineup of connected devices. The Wide Eye HD 180˚ panoramic camera is being pitched as a cost saving, reducing the number of cameras required to cover the same area. Many security cameras offer a 130° view, while the 180° means you see more and avoid...
  • Aussie Craig Wright claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto, created Bitcoin

    Is it possible an Australian created Bitcoin? Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright claims that he (with help from others) is the mysterious creator of Bitcoin. Since the cryptocurrency rose to fame in 2009, the search for the person, or people who created Bitcoin has been on. With much speculation, miss-steps and...
  • Review: Locksmart Bluetooth Padlock

    The humble Padlock hasn’t seen innovation for decades, but that’s all changing with new keyless padlocks that leverages Bluetooth to secure your valuables. Padlocks are a great solution when you need to secure sheds, gates, fences, bikes and even just keeping the kids out of the kitchen cupboards. While padlocks have...
  • Major Australian websites caught in Microsoft SmartScreen phishing filter

    Users visiting popular Australian websites including Supercheap, Jaycar, even Federation Uni and LaTrobe websites are all displaying phishing warnings to users. The issue seems to have began earlier today and is produced by Microsoft’s SmartScreen. Typically SmartScreen will prevent users from accessing malicious websites that attempt to steal user...

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