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CES 2019: A HIGH-TECH SPIN FOR THE OLD-SCHOOL PEEPHOLE

The CES 2019 gadget show is revving up in Las Vegas.

DING-DONG, THE PEEPHOLE IS RINGING

Ring is giving the old-school peephole a high-tech spin.

The company unveiled a new internet-connected video doorbell that fits into most peepholes. The new device is aimed at apartment dwellers or college students who want a video doorbell, but may not be allowed to install one next to their doors.

Amazon bought Ring last year, giving it a shot at competing better with Google’s Nest, which also makes cameras and doorbells. Privacy experts have long

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