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If the police knock on your door looking for a stolen phone, this might be why

"Find My Phone" apps are responsible for a spate of cases where innocent people are being accused of stealing phones because of bad app data.
Kris CarlonJanuary 22, 2016628 shares
 

Thief caught selling smartphone on Craigslist – don’t let this happen to you!

Having your phone stolen is never fun, but this victim managed to catch the thief with the help of the police and a Craigslist listing. You may not be as lucky, though!
Edgar CervantesNovember 15, 2015350 shares
 

Verizon customers in Denver are having phones ordered without their knowledge

Verizon customers in the area are receiving bills for phones that they never ordered.
William Neilson JrFebruary 10, 2015283 shares
 

California finalizes its kill switch bill, comes into effect July 1st 2015

California has just signed a bill into law requiring that future smartphones sold in the state come with a kill switch installed as default.
Robert TriggsAugust 26, 2014229 shares
 

Woman refuses to give phone to robber and then gets shot

RWCW A Houston woman was recently being mugged when she refused to hand over her Samsung Galaxy phone to the mugger. While outside her friend’s house, the woman ...
William Neilson JrJuly 21, 2014483 shares
 

California Senate votes down bill for mandatory anti-theft kill switches

A "kill switch" bill went before California state Senate this week. The bill would have made it mandatory for device manufacturers to install a method for rendering stolen devices ...
Jonathan FeistApril 25, 2014255 shares
 

Google, Samsung and others agree to anti-theft remote kill-switch

Most smartphones will have the ability for users to remotely wipe and lock them down in case they’re stolen after July 2015 thanks to a new industry initiative. Read on for more!
Shawn IngramApril 15, 20141640 shares
 

Samsung Galaxy S5 to come with anti-theft features pre-installed, on Verizon and US Cellular

Verizon and US Cellular have come to an agreement with Samsung to help protect its new flagship Galaxy S5 smartphone from theft.
Robert TriggsApril 7, 2014134 shares
 

Why don’t we have kill switches in smartphones?

We explore the idea of smartphone kill switches as legislation is presented in the U.S. to make them a legal requirement. What would a kill switch offer over current solutions, what are ...
Simon HillMarch 4, 2014147 shares
 

Smartphones ship with a built with “Kill Switch” in South Korea

The South Korean government has introduced legislation which requires all domestic smartphones to be manufactured with a built-in kill switch that will render any stolen smartphones ...
Robert TriggsAugust 20, 2013182 shares
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