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Lookout Mobile Security and Prey both are great security apps I use on my tablets and android phones. The big news here is that both now have a feature that automatically photographs anyone that tries to unlock your smart phone 3 times incorrectly. It then automatically emails the photo to you. I love the concept, but so far I have only been able to get Lookout to e-mail me one photo out of about 10 attempts to force a photo(4 bad entries each). I’m sure that’s just a matter of time and I would expect within a week or two that to be closer to 100 percent. Now they both have the feature on full release, they will get enough people using the app, they will be able to work out the kinks very quickly. They both have free service(basic) and that DOES give you the “photo a thief” feature. Check them out, you can’t beat the price.
(by Clint August)
You ever ask your wife or roomate for a beer and they tell you to get it yourself? Or you’re playing host to your friends at a party and you can’t seem to stay in one place long enough to actually have a beer yourself? It’s quite possible that the Remote Control Cooler is going to be your new best friend.
It’s a fully functioning remote control beer cooler that holds up to 12 cold beverages whether you’re indoors or outdoors. With Zippered lid, it will keep your beer cold and make it harder for moochers to grab too many without being noticed.
When you’re not using it, it completely collapses for storage.
The cooler is listed for 70 to 100 bucks and in my opinion, worth every penny.Remote Control Cooler
(by Clint August)
I love this item because I personally have negatives that I want to preserve. We know they degenerate over time and there’s always a chance you’ll either lose them or scratch them so the Lomography Smart Phone Film Scanner is very cool and easy to use.
With a price point of about $50.00, if you got in on the kick starter campaign (we’ll know soon how much it is when it hits the market in a couple of weeks), this is a fairly inexpensive way to take care of your memories. This device uses your phone’s camera to snap high resolution pictures of almost any kind of 35mm negatives, black and white or color. It’ll even handle panoramic shots and analog movies. Check it out…
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