Android App ‘Lookout’ Foils Thieves Plans
Here’s one of those stories that serves as a great endorsement for Android and its applications. Â An Oregon man recently had his house broken into and some of his possessions stolen. Â Among them was his Motorola Droid. Â Unbeknown to the thief, this handset was equipped with an app called Lookout, which routinely backs up user information. Â Once the owner logged on to his account, he noticed a couple of pictures that he hadn’t taken. Â The images were then downloaded and turned over to the police. Â We’re sure you know what happened after that.
Thanks to John Hering for the heads up!
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