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Lookout Mobile Security keeps your Android tablets safe

Posted: 08 Nov 2011 03:13 AM PST

Security of our tablets is very important, and if you're looking for one ultimate solution that will protect your tablet, Lookout Mobile Security app might be perfect for you.


Lookout Mobile Security is available for Android phones, and now it has been updated and optimized for Android tablets as well, so let's see what Lookout Mobile Security has to offer. This app will allow you to back up your data, locate your tablet when if it gets stolen or missing, and manage its security remotely.  You can also use Lookout Mobile Security to block malware, spyware, and Trojans, and you can even use loud sound to determine the location of your missing tablet. We have to mention that there are some premium features such as remote wipe, photo and call history backup, and premium support. However, the best feature of Lookout Mobile Security is its ability to use single device to manage all devices that have Lookout Mobile Security installed.

Lookout Mobile Security is a great app that should really increase your security, and as for premium version, it is priced at $2.99/month or $29.99/year.

[via Ubergizmo]

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Man has a smartphone dock built in his prosthetic arm

Posted: 08 Nov 2011 01:51 AM PST

We have seen several prosthesis that are helpful to the amputees, and speaking of which, today we want to show you a special prosthetic arm that has built-in smartphone dock.

Trevor Prideaux, a 50-year-old man from Britain, is probably the only person in the world that has a prosthetic arm with smartphone dock. This special prosthetic arm docks is created by Nokia and Trevor Prideaux's medical team, and it can dock Nokia C7 smartphone without any problems. Although this dock won't recharge his phone, it will make life a lot easier for Trevor, and according to Trevor, phone slots smoothly and securely within his limb and it can be easily removed when required, and Trevor hopes that such prosthetic arms could help other amputees worldwide.

Prosthetic arm with a smartphone dock looks amazing, and although this is one of the kind device, we are positive that we will see more advanced prosthetic arms with smartphone docks in the future.

[via Neowin]

 

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