Smartphone Makers Adopt Anti-Theft Software

"Killswitch" software will deactivate stolen smartphones and erase personal data.
0:55 | 04/15/14

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In today's tech -- kill -- is -- coming next year. That's Smartphone software that would deactivate stolen phones and also -- personal data from the devices -- opponents who covered the owner would be able to reactivated and restore the data. What the cost and price Samsung's new galaxy S five Smartphone are rising a market research -- -- Samsung spends about 256 dollars for each device which will cost you 660 dollars without a phone company contract. Most carriers charge 200 bucks for the -- spot. Google is making it easier to send your Smartphone photos via Gmail -- Back them up on Google+ you'll also be able to send entire photo albums that you created on Google+. At a new wall of -- doubles as a cooking school generation 6000 series from high end appliance manufacturer mile. Comes loaded with recipes some of the ovens can even add water automatically to keep foods from drying out. Does your tech bites make a great day I'm John Mueller.

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