23 Jan 19

Pune, India – January 16, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ — This report studies the global VoIP market status and forecast, categorizes the global VoIP market size (value & volume) by manufacturers, type, application, and region. This report focuses on the top manufacturers in United States, Europe, China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan and other regions. The major manufacturers covered in […]

22 Jan 19
Copes Solutions

This week we examine the cost and value of DIY security systems for your home or business.

20 Jan 19
My Joyful Neolea

I recently purchased The Moment Card. You can get discounts from restaurants of The Moment Group: 8 Cuts, Manam, Ooma, Din Tai Fung, Shawa Wama and Phat Pho. Since we often dine-in in Dain Tai Fung. I decided to try Manam, Comfort Fiipino Food. Sinigang (sour stew) na Salmon sa Miso and Guyabano. Medium Size = […]

14 Jan 19

2019-01-14 10:15:21 [ad_1] VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) service allows subscribers to make and receive free and inexpensive calls. One will have to register with a VoIP service provider as in the case of internet users who register with various internet providers. The service uses IP networks to channel and terminate calls. Therefore, one […]

14 Jan 19
Frequent Miler

Travel Mileage/Points Increases Merchant Best Rate on 01/14/2019 Best Rate on01/13/2019 Gabriel & Co. Fine Jewelry And Bridal 2.5 mi./$ Best Rate History 123 Inkjets 15 (9) mi./$ 9 mi./$ Best Rate History Aerie by American Eagle 5 (2) mi./$ 2 mi./$ Best Rate History American Eagle Outfitters 5 (2) mi./$ 4 pt./$ Best Rate […]

13 Jan 19
Cord Whisperer

Lots of people have given up on having a home phone. They have a cell phone anyway? Why not just use that. But I say, “You can’t phone home if you don’t have a home phone”. (With apologies to the move “ET”.) I like having a home phone service, and these days it’s easy to […]

11 Jan 19

[ooyala player_id=”f987944e2b8d47c5ad7da7977780b8bd” auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”9vOTQyOvfOKTDwM65FXm0S1biBeX” code=”NibDgxaDE6GBnxqVlNvt5SI5o_9VU761″] Rich takes a look at the Ooma Smart Camera which has stranger recognition and simple wireless installation. The camera is also weather-resistant and offers features such as night vision and cloud storage.

08 Jan 19
Central Insurance Companies

If you’re looking to give yourself a gift during the calm that arrives after the holiday madness, then look no further, as the perfect gift might come in the form of a win-win. The gift idea? A new home security system.

07 Jan 19

The Ooma Smart Security system has a couple of new ways to handle Wi-Fi and power outages. via CNET Blogs https://cnet.co/2Ri6tdn

07 Jan 19
Best Reviews Online

The Ooma Smart Security system has a couple of new ways to handle Wi-Fi and power outages. Source: https://www.cnet.com/news/oomas-smart-security-system-adds-4g-and-battery-backup-ces-2019/#ftag=CADf328eec

07 Jan 19
News Trends & Tech

The Ooma Smart Security system has a couple of new ways to handle Wi-Fi and power outages. from CNET https://cnet.co/2FfU9mu

07 Jan 19
Shenzhen-based Simtoo is best known for its foldable, crowdfunded portable selfie drones, but the company’s branching into new markets this year. At the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, it revealed the SimCam, an IP65-rated waterproof home security camera that taps an artificial intelligence (AI) to track folks within view. On its face, the SimCam isn’t particularly earth-shattering — plenty of security cameras, including those from Nest, Ring, and Ooma, use computer vision algorithms to recognize faces, track people, and detect suspicious behavior. What sets the SimCam apart, Simtoo claims, is a do-it-yourself tool that allows you to retrain the camera’s vision system on specific areas within a surveillance area — say, a breakfast bar in a kitchen or a closet door in a foyer. Its patented monitoring tech is robust enough to detect subtle things like when a pool fence door is left open, for example, or when a package arrives. And like much of its smart camera competition, the SimCam can recognize the faces of family members and friends (with 99.4 percent accuracy), and alert you when a particular person shows up. Recorded events of note are stored locally on a removable Micro SD card and collated in the SimCam’s companion smartphone app, which automatically organizes them into separate lists by camera names, detection types, dates, and time. “We have been envisioning an intelligent home security camera for years, as our team began to connect the possibility of integrating AI technology into a video surveillance product,” Aaron Zhang, CEO and founder of Simtoo, said. “Most of the cameras available today are capable of recording video, but it’s impossible for the user to get the type of footage they need to know their house and belongings are guarded. Through the power of AI and physical object monitoring, SimCam opens up endless possibilities for automated and accurate home security and surveillance.” To be sure, Nest offers comparable functionality in Activity Zones, which let you define an area of interest in the camera’s view and notifies you when there’s motion. But Activity Zones are locked behind a Nest Aware subscription — there’s no monthly fee associated with the SimCam. And it has other features to recommend it, like an Intel Movidius vector processing unit that runs object recognition AI on-device, a microphone and speaker setup that enables two-way audio, a wireless chip that supports 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi bands, and a Sony IMX 1/2.3-inch 5-megapixel sensor that can rotate 360 degrees and shoot in night vision. The SimCam can be controlled with the aforementioned companion smartphone app, or with voice commands through Amazon’s Alexa and the Google Assistant. And Simtoo says that, with its Magic developer program and software developer kit (SDK), the sky’s the limit as far as the hardware is concerned — the SimCam can double as a baby monitor, a smart home hub, and more. Simtoo’s SimCam will hit store shelves in February. Pricing and preorder details have yet to be announced.
04 Jan 19
Best Reviews Online

The battery-powered Ooma Smart Cam can go inside or outside — and has facial recognition. Source: https://www.cnet.com/news/oomas-outdoor-camera-recognizes-faces-ces-2019/#ftag=CADf328eec