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Check if an Apple iPhone has been reported as stolen

Check if an Apple iPhone has been reported as stolen

Apple has created an online tool that lets iPhone users and potential customers check the Activation Lock of a handset.

This reduces the risk of a customer unwittingly buying a stolen iPhone that turns out to be worthless.

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A week of mobile news, including a US launch for the Amazon Fire smartphone and a UK launch for Google Glass

Podcast - 25th June 2014

This week's podcast covers the launch of the first Amazon smartphone and the introduction of Google Glass to the UK.

We also talk about new WiFi-powered voice services from EE and Three, plans to reduce mobile 'black spots', BlackBerry's app partnership, smartphone theft, 4G innovation... and rechargeable trousers.

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UK consumers increasingly concerned about smartphone theft

Inhance Technology, which offers smartphone protection software, has published new research that shows 21% of UK consumers are more worried about being mugged for their smartphone or tablet than they were 12 months ago.

The figure is higher for women (26% feel more vulnerable) and for young adults aged 18-34 (30%).

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An Apple iPhone is more likely to be lost than other smartphones, says new research

Although the Apple iPhone is often seen as a device that’s easily broken, a new study suggests it’s actually tougher than other smartphones. However, an iPhone is also more likely to be lost.

The figures come from US-based ProtectCELL, which offers mobile protection plans and services.

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Major UK mobile networks agree new moves to protect against 'bill shock'

The UK government says it’s worked with telecoms companies to reduce the risk of consumers receiving unexpectedly high bills if their phone is stolen.

Culture Secretary Maria Miller has announced a new agreement with EE, Three, Virgin Media and Vodafone to cap bills on a mobile phone that has been reported lost or stolen.

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