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Tech & Science Amazon Cloud Cam now streams security footage to your browser

09:46  14 march  2018
09:46  14 march  2018 Source:   engadget.com

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Amazon 's Cloud Cam just became decidedly more useful, especially for those moments when you can't pull out your phone. Web interfaces certainly aren't new to home security cameras , so this was arguably an overdue addition.

Amazon ’s Cloud Cam now has a web interface and more Alexa commands. Amazon Echo now reads your first Audible book for free. The new Amazon Cloud Cam streams footage to your Fire TV. In an effort to completely own the smart home, Amazon recently announced their first security camera

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Amazon's Cloud Cam just became decidedly more useful, especially for those moments when you can't pull out your phone. You can watch your live view from your computer through a cloudcam.amazon.com web portal -- handy if you're at work and want to check on your pet. Web interfaces certainly aren't new to home security cameras, so this was arguably an overdue addition.

There are some updates that give Amazon an edge, though. For one, two-way audio is now available through the Echo Show and Echo Spot -- you can talk to a family member (or, perish the thought, a burglar) from whatever's convenient. And whichever Echo you have, you can both turn on the Cloud Cam through Alexa as well as receive detection alerts. These might not convince you to buy a Cloud Cam if you weren't already intrigued by the concept, but they make a better case for the device if you live in an Amazon-centric household.

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‘Blood in my eyes’: Alleged home invasion victim's fear .
The victim of an alleged home invasion in Melbourne last week has spoken of the moment that he claims four young men smashed their way through his home. Security footage appears to reveal a brutal assault which began at 3am when Adam was asleep in bed."I did try to stand in the way to try and stop them, but because I was badly dazed from the first hit from the plank of wood ... I think that's when the blood started coming out so I had a fair bit of blood in my eyes," he said.The disability pensioner has an array of home security and footage he captured shows people allegedly ransacking his home and beating him.

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