Lost Phone

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Never lose your phone again

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[...] several major American and Canadian cities. The phones were fully charged and allowed random passersby unfettered access to the device with no passwords or security measures, an all too common [...]

Lost phone study by Symantec shows the 50% of found phones get returned

[...] passwords or security measures, an all too common practice for most smartphone owners. All human interactions with the handsets were monitored and logged remotely. The goal was to assess the “human [...]

Lost phone study by Symantec shows the 50% of found phones get returned

[...] placed 50 smartphones in various public areas throughout several major American and Canadian cities. The phones were fully charged and allowed random passersby unfettered access to the [...]

Lost phone study by Symantec shows the 50% of found phones get returned

Symantec’s Honey Stick Smartphone Project (pdf) confirms what many of us already knew: almost no one can resist the temptation of poking around on s [...]

Lost phone study by Symantec shows the 50% of found phones get returned

[...] to the device with no passwords or security measures, an all too common practice for most smartphone owners. All human interactions with the handsets were monitored and logged remotely. The goal was [...]

Lost phone study by Symantec shows the 50% of found phones get returned

[...] else’s smartphone. The study placed 50 smartphones in various public areas throughout several major American and Canadian cities. The phones were fully charged and allowed random passersby [...]

Lost phone study by Symantec shows the 50% of found phones get returned

Symantec’s Honey Stick Smartphone Project (pdf) confirms what many of us already knew: almost no one can resist the temptation of poking around on s [...]

Lost phone study by Symantec shows the 50% of found phones get returned

Symantec’s Honey Stick Smartphone Project (pdf) confirms what many of us already knew: almost no one can resist the temptation of poking around on s [...]

Lost phone study by Symantec shows the 50% of found phones get returned

[...] of poking around on someone else’s smartphone. The study placed 50 smartphones in various public areas throughout several major American and Canadian cities. The phones were fully charged and [...]

Lost phone study by Symantec shows the 50% of found phones get returned

Symantec’s Honey Stick Smartphone Project (pdf) confirms what many of us already knew: almost no one can resist the temptation of poking around on s [...]

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Lost phone study by Symantec shows the 50% of found phones get returned

[...] several major American and Canadian cities. The phones were fully charged and allowed random passersby unfettered access to the device with no passwords or security measures, an all too common [...]

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