Tech Columnist Argues Why Smart Security for Homes Is Needed

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September 30, 2015

MarketWatch columnist Jurica Dujmovic offers a list of home security devices that he argues are “simple to use, in addition to being smarter and in most cases cheaper than your average home-security system.”

First on the list is Cocoon, a device that monitors the house when its residents are asleep by tracking noise levels and reporting any unusual sounds to a smartphone. After being alerted by unusual noise levels, the device will then turn on its high-definition night-vision-enabled camera, streaming it to the users phone.

Other items on the list are Canary, a motion-sensor device that doubles as an air quality, humidity, and temperature sensor, and the Kevo Smart Lock.

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