Eating alone can be lonely. That's why so many people take meals at their desks, or watching TV. But in South Korea, single eaters are adopting an odd but kinda logical solution to remedy the lonesome eater's blues: People are paying to see other people eat on the Internet.
When you can't be there in person to help soothe a restless toddler, or you're just trying to teach them to sleep through the night, D-Link's new Wi-Fi Baby Camera will let you keep an eye on little ones when you're away, or don't want to intervene.
Dropcam, the worldwide leader in nanny cams, is following up its popular cloud-powered remote monitoring system with a greatly improved piece of hardware so that you can track your home-piece in more detail than ever before. Dropcam Pro doesn't look different than its predecessor, but there's a lot of good new stuff…
Last spring, the inexplicably captivating live stream of brown bears catching salmon surfaced on explore.org and took the internet by storm. But even though it's not quite salmon season yet, that doesn't mean we should deprive ourselves the joys of watching a puppy sleeping in real time for 20 minutes.
Sitting at a desk in front of a computer screen for 12 hours a day on Chatroulette can't be good for you. So while you webcam the hours away you can also keep tabs on your health with this app that can determine your heart rate based on the constant discoloration as blood pumps in and out of your forehead.
There's a horrible and growing trend in the darkest corners of the internet: using Remote Administration Tools, hackers are increasingly taking control of webcams around the world.
You might be able to watch Nor'Easter Nemo hammer the East Coast right outside your window, but if you're looking to get a few other angles on the action, there's a whole bunch of live webcams for your perusal. Check 'em out below. You don't even have to take off your slanket.
So you want to watch the vicious Hurricane Sandy do her thing, but you don't actually want to be out there in the thick of it. Maybe you aren't even anywhere near the East Coast. Well in this Internet age, there's still a chance for you to get your voyeuristic jollies. Here are five live-streaming webcams you can use…
The ability to see maps in buildings and landscapes in 3D makes following along considerably easier than with just 2D. So researchers at the University of Washington have made generating 3D models of a given location dead simple using custom software and nothing more than a webcam timelapse video of the spot captured…
Oh, so your life is rough? Your stepmom won't buy you an iPhone? What are you going to do, sit at your computer, topless, and cry? And then someone will collect them all into a really unsettling Tumblr? OK, cool.
Built-in webcams have been a standard option on Macs for the past six or seven years. So it seems a bit odd for Logitech to release an external webcam that's designed exclusively for Apple hardware. But if you're tired of your camera being stuck above your display, the Broadcaster Wi-Fi Webcam will give you a new…
Gone are the days when video chats were limited to tiny pixelated windows that had you stuttering through conversations with a friend. High quality webcams and broadband connections mean you can now chat in high-definition, so why not do everything you can to look fabulous on camera?
4K resolution video will be the next big technological leap as far as film and television goes. But it doesn't take a massive, expensive camera like the RED Epic to shoot 4K resolution video. In fact, Point Grey's Flea3 webcam—equipped with a Sony Exmor R sensor—is up to the task but is hardly bigger than an inch in…
Writing about a new webcam feels as pointless as writing about a new calculator—everybody already has them built into every device they use. But if you still need one, Hercules' HD Twist should fit your 8 year old laptop.
When someone has a constant live webcam feed set up in their home, it's usually a good bet that it's for something super pervy or really, really paranoid. But then there's that one-in-a-big-number chance that it's actually useful, like when this lady perchanced upon some dudes robbing her house and called 911.
Basically, Logitech's grabbed their 720p webcam and made it mountable and compatible with TVs—well, Panasonic's 2011 model of Viera Connected TV that supports Skype. On sale this month, it'll cost $150. [Logitech]
If this isn't proof that your grandparents can be just as big, if not bigger, of a jackass than you, I don't know what is.