Snapchat is bringing its Spectacles to Europe, placing five “snapbot” vending machines in London, Paris, Berlin, Barcelona and Venice to begin selling the £129.99 wearable cameras.Read more
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. I’ve just got my hands on the world’s most sought-after gadget: a pair of high-tech glasses that double as a wearable camera. A simple tap on the frame allows me to capture what I’m seeing from a first-person perspective and share it instantly with my friends on social media. I’m living in the future! This is great, isn’t it? Isn’t it?Read more
The rise in drone deployment increased exponentially in the last decade as a result of the introduction of multi-copters.Commercial uses include surveillance of national parks to ward off poachers and gather information on wildlife ecology as well as the delivery of urgent parcels.Read more
It was only a few years ago that everyone was scoffing at futurists who claimed that we would all be streaming our music rather than buying digital or physical copies. Much the same thing is happening right now at the interface of hardware and software that is the “smart home.”Read more
The use of camera drones has been made illegal in Sweden unless they are granted a special surveillance permit. Under new rules set down by the Supreme Administrative Court of Sweden, camera drones qualify as surveillance cameras and require a licence.Read more
Soon it will be time to say “goodbye” to my family’s VueZone video cameras.
Over the past three years, we have made quite an investment in NetGear’s VueZone technology: two hubs, eight regular and night-vision cameras, and even weatherproof outdoor housings.Read more