avboden
avboden
1/16/20
1:41 PM
4

What I saw was a truck driver pulling over to investigate wtf was going on with the front of his truck. As he was doing this the Civic strikes the barrier making the truck driver keenly aware something big was going on, who then swerved away to avoid crushing whatever it was further. Read the article, he stayed on Read more

1/7/20
4:50 PM
29

So what is the point of all the Ring-bashing at Giz?  Normally, I’d assume that someone here is shorting AMZN, but then I remembered how much bloggers make.

1/7/20
4:45 PM
32

I’m always amazed at the hardon gizmodo has for hating ring. Like every single article has mention about being able to “hack” the speakers. And yet the actual hackings were just people who reused their passwords, not anyone actually hacking ring. Do you also put the same language in every single gmail article about Read more

12/31/19
5:03 PM
9

Since we live in an area that has more than it’s fair share of burglaries, squatters and drug addicts trying to grab stuff from yards, I had no problem buying a second Ring for our front door (the other one is in the back). Read more

12/31/19
3:28 PM
16

It’s an absolutely absurd complaint. It serves a legitimate public benefit purpose, and the police access to it is contingent upon the homeowner giving them permission to access it. Screaming and crying like a child about a permissive use of technology that is used to catch criminals seems like a ridiculous thing to Read more

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12/31/19
2:54 PM
13

I have not felt a single consequence to that in the 15 years I’ve been using cloud-based services, so this leads me to conclude the data they’re collecting on me is not important in the least bit. I have, however, reaped numerous benefits that have enhanced my life. Read more

12/31/19
2:08 PM
16

I know, right? Been using one for years, as have my neighbors and family. Nobody has had any of the mentioned issues. Not one. Passwords are secure, benefits are great, and it’s a well made product.

12/31/19
1:55 PM
19

I’d imagine that it has something to do with Ring doing the things that people buy them for? 

12/31/19
12:44 PM
54

man the raging hate boner you guys have for the ring doorbell and the absolute lack of fucks your readers give is astounding.

12/21/19
6:52 PM
10

And yet SpaceX, in spite of being paid about 30% less up front, is already regularly sending Supply Dragon spacecraft to the ISS, has flown a Crew Dragon to the ISS, and is only one inflight crew-abort test (something that Boeing hasn’t even done) away from actual crewed service to the ISS. Read more

12/21/19
6:19 PM
18

listening to the live stream, it was obvious that they were continually taking shots at SpaceX effectively calling them unprofessional because the get excited when something works. Read more

12/18/19
8:35 AM
16

The math is easy, it makes sense the CIA would file suit in the district it’s located.

12/18/19
8:19 AM
7

Snowden knows what he signed, this should be a surprise to him.

12/13/19
2:03 PM
25

Yeah all these Ring stories make it sound like there's a flaw in the tech being exploited, but it turns out the only thing being exploited is people's lazy internet security habits.

12/13/19
1:49 PM
28

So they weren’t “hacked”. They just used compromised passwords or used passwords that are predictable or easy. Read more

12/12/19
12:20 PM
6

Typical Ring hit piece by Giz again... you left out the most important part of this; mainly that the majority of these ‘hacks’ (And wow, are you playing fast and loose with that word in this context!) came about because users are using the same password everywhere and not being aware they have been compromised. Read more