Speech And Audio Distorted In Ring Recordings And Live View

Muted on Live View on Echo Show

Ring is practically a household name around the world. Their smart home security is a majorly popular feature in smart homes all over the globe. They offer a wide variety of options for the modern smart home, and have many happy customers! However, as with all tech at some point or another, problems can arise. … Read more

Is Wyze Cam Going Out of Business? (Or Are They Here To Stay?)

Wyze Investment Press Release

Wyze is one of the more popular names in the smart home world. They’re often mentioned right up there with Ring, Arlo, Eufy, and Google Nest. They’ve been around for a while and have made it into the smart homes and businesses of many.  Still, they’re a smaller company. Especially in an ever-changing economy, smaller … Read more

Can Wyze Cam See Through Glass? (Are There Any Workarounds If Not?)

Outside Window ledge to mount camera

Wyze provides a versatile variety of smart home security cameras. Depending on which ones you use, you can place them wherever they suit you best. For example, indoor cams, of course, need to be kept indoors as they’re not weatherproof. While outdoor varieties, which are designed to withstand the elements, can be placed anywhere outdoors … Read more

Do Wyze Cams Work Without Internet? (Why All The Confusion?)

Wyze SD card slot with SD card partially inserted

Wyze cameras are a popular choice in many smart homes – perhaps even yours! They’re budget-friendly and yield great quality video footage. Most people use these smart cameras as they’re designed to be used – connected to the internet via Wi-Fi.  Sometimes, however, for varying reasons, using the internet for your Wyze camera may not … Read more

Ring Camera/Doorbell Lens Has Popped Out? Here’s What To Do

A close up view of the camera lens falling out my Ring cam

Ring’s cameras and doorbells are fairly well built: they feel good quality and sturdy when you take them out of the box. They are also simple enough to install: whether they are battery-powered or hardwired, you shouldn’t need to bang them or force them into position when installing them. So I was surprised to recently … Read more