Although Ring doorbells are outside the house and not recording what goes on indoors, it still isn’t great for users to retain access to who’s entering and exiting a home at all times. Standard practice should be that once a password is changed, users should lose access to the app until they reenter the updated password, but Ring CEO Jamie Siminoff told The Information that immediately kicking users off would slow the app down. This password news isn’t good, and there’s nothing users can do to speed up the process, so if you change your Ring password, just be aware that other users might still briefly have access.NEXT UP IN CIRCUIT BREAKERTCL’s 55-inch Roku P-Series TV is on sale at Best Buy today for $499.99You might be able to buy one of Boston Dynamics’ robot dogsNokia’s 8110 banana phone goes on sale in Asia later this monthThe Moto Z3 Play could get rid of the home button, but include dual rear-facing camerasMicrosoft to replace Surface Pro 4 tablets affected by screen flickeringIt looks like Samsung is making a Galaxy S8 Lite
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