May 5, 2019 Read More »
Author: Rachael Clemmons
The United States has always been known as the land of opportunity, and that’s especially true when it comes to robbing and stealing. It’s been that way since the days of Butch Cassidy, and though we’ve made strides in technology, things haven’t changed much otherwise. We’re looking at some of the most infamous heists by state, from American gangster John Dillinger to the disappearance of 300,000 packages of ramen. These are each state’s most notable robberies in American history.
Read our review of Cox Homelife security systems and see how its features, pricing, and plans compare to some of the bigger players in the home security field.
The August Doorbell Cam Pro covers the basics, and it’s a great smart doorbell if you’re looking primarily to save, capture, and replay video. Plus, it has a standout feature called HindSight that captures the moments leading up to a motion alert.
Security camera technology has always piggybacked off its older brother, broadcast television, but security always lags a few steps behind. While 4K is now the new standard in broadcast TV, the same can’t be said for security cameras. Still, if you’re considering buying an HD security camera, you’ll want to set yourself up for the future, but does that mean 1080p or 4K?
Identity Guard is on the pricier side, but it has decent identity fraud protection. All plans offer Social Security number and dark web monitoring, access to your risk management score, and up to $1 million in reimbursement with identity theft insurance.
In addition to monitoring your personal and financial information for signs of identity theft, IDShield gives customers 24/7 access to private investigators to help out if identity theft does occur. This perk makes IDShield a good option if your information has been breached and you need personalized help getting back on track. The Individual and Family packages come with the same features, including mobile app access and a password manager. However, IDShield monitors only one of the three major credit bureaus, which keeps us from recommending it unconditionally.
How do the Equifax credit freeze and credit monitoring services compare to the competition? Check out prices, plans, and our recommendation.
Experian is a major credit bureau offering credit monitoring and identity theft protection. We’ll tell you what you should know about its subscriptions.
Night vision has come a long way. Instead of showing just green or shades of red and yellow—like night-vision goggles or thermal imaging—night vision security cameras give you a clear, sometimes colored image of your home in total darkness, inside and out. We’ve rounded up the best night vision security cameras to keep your home safe no matter the time of day.
You don’t have to shell out half your paycheck to add a little security to your home. If you’re not in the market for a fully monitored security system, a cheap security camera could be just the thing to add some protection to your home without dipping too far into your budget. There are a lot of great options for under $150. Take a look at our best cheap security cameras below…
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