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Google Wireless Streaming

What could this mysterious streaming device from Google be?

March 29th, 2021

Google manufactures various smart home devices under the Nest brand that plenty of users are already familiar with. There’s the Nest smart speaker series, including the models that feature displays; the Nest WiFi routers; the Nest indoor and outdoor cameras; the Nest smart thermostats; the Nest alarm; and the various Nest sensors. But Google might …

Pixel Buds 2 Release Date

Google just unveiled its newest AirPods alternative, the Pixel Buds

October 15th, 2019

It’s finally here, October 15th, or Pixel 4 day, as I’ve been calling it lately. The new Google phones will be the star of Google’s fall 2019 hardware event, but they’re not the only new products coming out of Google’s labs today. In fact, the first new device that Google unveiled is the brand new …

Google Nest Cam spying

Your used Nest Cam might have been spying on you for months

June 20th, 2019

As our homes get smarter, our privacy is increasingly at risk. A terrifying example of this was recently brought to light by a Facebook group of Wink smart home hub users who discovered that even after they performed a factory reset of their Nest Cam Indoor, they were still able to access the camera’s feed. …

Nest camera security

Google tells Nest camera owners to reset their terrible, weak passwords

February 6th, 2019

A few days after an Illinois family told local news outlets about getting a scare after they heard racial slurs and curse words taunting them through their Nest security camera, Google has sent out an arguably vague email to Nest camera owners that alludes to incidents like that one without mentioning any details. And the …