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Martyn Williams


Palo Alto, CA, United States

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Past articles by Martyn:

Televes Ellipse Mix review: A great small outdoor TV antenna

Cord-cutters looking for a less-obtrusive rooftop TV antenna should put the Televes Ellipse Mix on their short list. → Read More

Televes Dat Boss Mix LR review: This is a great outdoor antenna

This is a strong outdoor TV antenna featuring both a signal amplifier and an onboard LTE filter. → Read More

Channel Master CM-1050 review: Inexpensive video distribution

This digital video modulator converts an HDMI signal into ATSC TV signal that can be sent to other TVs around your home via coax cable. → Read More

Eufy’s Video Doorbell keeps an eye on your porch and your packages

Eufy's dual-lens video doorbell boasts some clever AI functions, along with a base station that provides local storage. → Read More

HDHomeRun Flex 4K review: A cheap and easy way to get NextGenTV

The diminutive HDHomeRun Flex 4K streams broadcast TV across your home network, making local TV available to all your devices, and it’s an easy way to get NextGenTV broadcasts. → Read More

SpotCam Video Doorbell 2 review: This isn’t the worst doorbell cam we’ve tested, but it’s far from the best

Local video storage is a great feature, but a poorly designed app and multiple subscription options detract from this doorbell cam’s appeal. → Read More

Remo+ DoorCam 2 review: The easiest way to monitor your front porch

This battery-powered wireless camera slips over the top of your door and can be up and running in minutes. → Read More

Blurams Smart Doorbell review: High-quality video, free cloud storage, and a low introductory price tag

This video doorbell offers some advanced image-detection features, including facial recognition, but it needs better sensitivity control. → Read More

Channel Master Flatenna 35 review: A great indoor antenna at an even better price

It’s well made, very inexpensive, and it picked up all major local TV stations in our tests. → Read More

Blue by ADT: ADT’s first DIY home security effort is off to a good start

We’ve spent some quality time with ADT’s DIY video doorbell and its indoor and outdoor security cameras and found a lot to like. Will the rest of the system be as good? → Read More

ADT Blue Indoor Camera review: Watches for intruders, listens for alarms

The Blue Indoor Camera is a DIY home-security cam from ADT that will alert you should it hear a CO2 or smoke alarm going off. → Read More

Ring is adding color night vision to its security cameras

Ring says its adding a color nighttime video option to its smart home security cameras. → Read More

Arlo Audio Doorbell review: A solid supplement to an Arlo security camera system

Arlo's first doorbell helps plug a gap in its product line, finally providing Arlo users with a connected product for the front door. But the Arlo doorbell is considerably less sophisticated than rival products that have integrated cameras. → Read More

Winegard FlatWave Amped indoor TV antenna review: This one pulls in the channels

The FlatWave Amped (model FL-5500A) is one of a series of small, lightweight indoor antennas in Winegard's collection. → Read More

How to secure your Nest camera from hackers

Enabling two-step authentication can prevent hackers from accessing your Nest cameras and sending you audio messages. → Read More

Arlo security cameras are losing one of their key benefits

There's bad news for anyone buying one of Arlo's new Ultra 4K cameras: They don't come with free video storage in the cloud. → Read More

Best of CES: The coolest smart home and home entertainment gear we saw

From a smart wall outlet to a new range of smart lights to an amazing roll-up TV—and more!—we name the most impressive connected home and home entertainment gear of CES 2019. → Read More

Netatmo's video doorbell comes with no monthly fees

It's not often we celebrate features missing from a product, but a new video doorbell from Netatmo comes without a common one: additional monthly fees. → Read More

Leviton puts Alexa in a dimmer switch

Leviton is expanding its range of smart home switches and outlets with the Decora Voice Dimmer, a new Wi-Fi dimmer switch with Amazon Alexa built in. → Read More

Arlo is planning a smart-home security system

Add Arlo to the list of companies selling a DIY-install smart-home security system. The company, best known for its security cameras, will launch its system in the second half of 2019 and it's centered around a clever all-in-one sensor unit. → Read More