An in-car device designed to control parked vehicles and a drone that checks homes when residents are outside are the last launches by Amazon’s Ring, a sub-company that manufactures video doorbells, indoor video cameras and smart alarm systems, which sometimes criticized because is has encouraged users to share with authorities their recordings. The Always Home Camera is a fully automated camera-equipped drone, designed to fly safely into interior spaces. The camera only works when it’s flying, and it can be programmed to take off when a disturbance is detected. But it could also be useful to check if you locked the door or the stove is off. It will cost $249 and will available for sale in 2021. Obviously such an item raises many question, ranging from its flying skills – flying inside a house is not a simple task – to how it will interact with pets, or simply how useful it can be if you don’t leave all the doors open inside when leaving home.