Spy gadgets for the home [photos]

Spy gadgets for the home [photos]

Summary: As surveillance technology develops, what products are on offer for home tracking?

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2wayadapterrecorder

Eyetek's two-way adapter may seem innocent, but it also functions as a hidden recorder.

Activated through voice-recognition technology, the digital recording system is completely hidden under a functional mains-powered unit. Recordings are stored on a Micro SD card, and the amount of information you can store is only limited by the size of the card you use, up to 32GB; in other words, 24 days of recording time.

To stop you having to dig through hours of silent footage, the recorder will only begin when activated through sound-recognition sensors in the target area.

Small as they may be, they will hit your pocket hard with a price tag of £225 ($360).

Topic: Tech Industry

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  • Teddy Gets Creepy

    Its funny, but the idea of Teddy is fine, until you put a camera in him. Suddenly he comes to life and creeps me out, just a little bit. I think a remote control car with mini camera would be more congruous.
    david-gfe-games
    • it is a good idea

      Teddy Bear cameras have already helped to catch bad people, like this example:
      http://www.standard.co.uk/news/camera-hidden-in-a-teddy-bear-catches-carer-stealing-100-from-terminally-ill-pensioner-6934637.html
      sg1efc
  • Eyetek's two-way adapter

    Hmm... I'd like to buy that. Oh, wait! Is this ZDNet UK? Whoops. Wrong website. Wait a minute... I did type www.zdnet.com, did I? Yes, I did in the first place! And I'm in the US Edition!

    Bummer.
    Grayson Peddie
  • Smartphone interceptor.

    putting this on anyone but your own(personal not shared) and your kids phones, without there knowledge is or should be illegal. putting it on an employees phone is definitely a breach of privacy.
    nicholaas321
  • This is a lawyer's dream come true...

    " A smartphone interceptor

    Eyetek's smartphone interceptor is a relatively new set of spying software to keep an eye on smartphone activity.

    The manufacturers say that "the SmartPhone Intercept is great for keeping tabs your spouse if you suspect they may be having an affair, employees, children, and anyone else you wish to.""

    Yep, what lawyer isn't going to love the invasion of privacy cases that this "Smartphone interceptor" will create, lots of laughs.
    sg1efc