The great home security camera
The smart camera Angee is now shipping to backers — is able to rotate a full 360-degrees. That allows the camera to spin around to face a wall when it realizes that you’re home, which is a smart solution to the uncomfortable feeling of always having a camera pointed in your direction.
Those other cameras don’t have the 360-degree rotation feature, but maybe that’s not a huge problem if it’s only pointed at your door. On top of that, Angee requires a very noticeable puck (pictured below) to be placed on your door to help tell when it opens. And it’s the most expensive camera of the bunch by a good margin.
WhatsApp Users can Switch From Voice to Video Call
According to a report on Wabetainfo, WhatsApp is bringing Facebook stickers on the chat app, The new stickers will be available in groups according to their categories on the Android app.
The Facebook-owned chat app has also removed the ‘show all contacts’ tab from the app, which according to the report might be a bug as it is still mentioned in the WhatsApp FAQ about finding contacts.
WhatsApp had earlier confirmed about the group voice calls. The new beta update too hints of group video and voice call in the app. The beta update doesn’t allow the users to switch between voice and video calls, which suggests that it might bring a group voice and group video call option and hence has stopped the support to switch between voice and video calls.
Now Device Users Emotional State can be read
Personal devices will know more about an individual’s emotional state than their own family as emotion artificial intelligence system systems continue to become sophisticated, market research firm Gartner released recently.
“Emotion AI systems and affective computing are allowing everyday objects to detect, analyse, process and respond to people’s emotional states and moods to provide better context and a more personalised experience,” Roberta Cozza, Research Director at Gartner, said in a statement.