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Amazon unveiled wild new devices that can move within the home — and it might say a lot about the company's future plans

Amazon's new home drone is sparking surveillance dystopia fears

The 7 biggest announcements Amazon made at its Echo event, from a mini drone that can fly around your home to a cloud-gaming service

'Alexa, I'm being pulled over': Ring announces a new camera for the car that can record police interactions

Ring's new tiny drone can autonomously fly around your home and send alerts if it detects intruders, fire, or emergencies while you're away

Property tech companies are helping landlords spy on residents, collect their data, and even evict them. Critics are calling it an invasion of privacy that could reinforce inequality.

This 75-carat crocodile ring costs over $600,000

Amazon workers slammed the company for supporting the George Floyd protesters while still flogging surveillance tech to police

'Does Ring work with Alexa?': How to sync Ring devices with Alexa to bolster your home security system

Video appears to show an Amazon delivery worker spitting onto a person's package after dropping it off as coronavirus panic heightens

Lawmakers are seeking answers from Amazon about Ring's partnerships with police, citing contradictions between its public statements and terms of service

Amazon's first-ever employee says the company now scares him

We surveyed hundreds of Amazon Ring owners. The vast majority of them had heard about hacks, but were willing to overlook them.

Amazon's home security company Ring hands personally identifiable information to Facebook and Google, according to a study

Amazon engineer calls for Ring to be 'shut down immediately' over privacy concerns

Amazon-owned security camera company Ring is launching new devices in Australia, despite serious security scandals in the US

Amazon's head of devices says the smart home is still 'too complicated' — and working with major rivals like Apple and Google is the way to fix it

Do you own a Ring home security camera? Business Insider wants to hear from you.

Ring said it has fired four employees for abusing access to customers' video footage in the past four years

Ring CEO says company's security was 'at the top of the industry standards' as devices were being hacked