Tyler Lizenby/CNET As CNET's Megan Wollerton has pointed out, "The era of the $200 security camera is over." Today, you can find cheap security cameras for $20 -- yes, that cheap -- that actually offer most of the smarts and wireless security features of the higher-end models including a motion sensor with AI person detection. Wyze Cam is the wallet-friendliest smart cam, and it offers free person-alerts to your Wyze app, 14 days of cloud storage and an SD card slot if you want continuous recording. This Wi-Fi security camera is pretty incredible for the price. Read our Wyze Cam review. … [Read more...] about Best cheap home security devices of 2020
I enjoy a cheesy SyFy flick as much as anyone, but none of the sequels even come close to capturing the magic of the original Tremors. It's got a terrific cast of characters, for starters, all types one would expect to find in a town like Perfection. Burt's "UZI 4U" license plate and impassioned rants about eminent domain are just one example of many delightful details. The actors all nail their portrayals. (Special shoutout to Finn Carter's Rhonda, who is that rare gem in film: a believable working scientist.) It's got an equally terrific script, with on-point dialogue that illuminates the intricate relationships among the residents, especially the inevitable tensions and arguments. ("I know, I know, he thinks he knows everything," Heather says soothingly to a disgruntled Burt after a face-off with Earl.) … [Read more...] about turns 30, the most perfect B movie creature feature ever made
Making shellfish assumptions The clamshell postmortem evidence isn’t exactly definitive, but it’s not terribly shocking to suggest that Homo sapiens didn’t invent wading and diving. In fact, it would probably be more surprising if a close hominin relative spent a few millennia alongside a temperate body of water without taking up diving. Plenty of evidence, including isotopic ratios in fossil bones, supports the idea that Neanderthals living along the Mediterranean coast ate shellfish, marine mammals, and fish. They also seemed prone to surfer’s ear, which suggests that at least some Neanderthals spent a lot of time in or near the water. … [Read more...] about Did Neanderthals in Italy go diving for clamshells?
The list of apps included Super Selfie Camera, Cos Camera, Pop Camera, and One Stroke Line Puzzle. Each of those titles has been downloaded 1 million times, which accounts for about half of the total number of downloads. Other apps (which included Background Eraser, Meet Camera, Pixel Blur, Hi Music Play, and One Line Stroke) each had about 500,000 downloads. The remaining apps are published here. … [Read more...] about 85 Google Play apps with 8 million downloads forced fullscreen ads on users
To move photos and videos from iPhone to Google Photos, open the app and tap on the three-dot from the top right corner and tap on Settings. Here’ you’ll need to turn on Backup and sync features to transfer all your photos and videos. After this, login into Google Photos using Google Account. Do note that the app may ask to login at the time of setting up the app. Once logged in, tap on Backup mode and choose the option High Quality to get unlimited storage space. If you are looking to sync all your photos and videos including the one saved via third-party apps like Instagram, WhatsApp, etc leave rest of the settings as it is. In case you just want to save photos and videos taken using phone’s camera, tap on Backup folder and choose the folders you want to sync. Now, head back to Google Photos home page and wait for the app to sync your data. Also, make sure to connect your phone with Wi-Fi to save your data or any other additional data charges. … [Read more...] about How to move photos from iPhone to Google Photos