These days, more often than not, you will find me on some device - either my computer or my iPhone. As founder of the advocacy website No Nut Traveler, I respond to every person who asks a question, needs advice, or has a bad flying experience.
Results for find my iphone
Here's what's new in iOS gaming this week! Every Thursday I go on a quest to find all the notable new games released on the App Store over the week, but instead of taking all the gold and experience for myself, I pass my knowledge on...
Remember Android Device Manager? The feature was pretty much a less gracefully-worded version of Apple’s “Find my iPhone,” letting you remotely communicate with your phone, and even lock it, when you lost it. Android Device Manager is no more, however, but don’t panic; that doesn’t mean you’re now easy pickings for thieves.
Each weekend we round up the news stories that we didn't break or cover in depth but that still deserve your attention. The post Security News This Week: A Coachella Smartphone Thief Forgot About 'Find My iPhone' appeared first on WIRED.
Some people are born with very specific natural skills. Some are creative and excel in art while others are gifted athletes and dominate in sports. Ronaldo De Jesus Henao has a much more specific talent: He's apparently very, very good at stealing smartphones.
What a haul: 100 handsets in a single backpack, found after festival-goers at Coachella trained the "Find My iPhone" app on their missing gadgets. Reinaldo De Jesus Henao, 36, was busted after several concert-goers activated the “Find My Phone” feature on their lost smartphones and noticed that the signals led them directly to him.
People have plenty of reasons for spending hundreds of dollars and trekking out into a desert to attend Coachella, but stealing cell phones has to be a new one. According to a report from the Indio, California police department, a man was arrested on Friday after allegedly stealing more than 100 phones from attendees.
A thief who stole more than 100 smartphones from people attending the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival was caught thanks to Find My iPhone, say police. One report said that the number of devices found in his backpack was 130. When...
If you're thinking of stealing smartphones, the tech-centric Coachella festival is probably not the best place to do it. Savvy police teamed with equally savvy concert-goers to nab alleged smartphone thief Ronaldo De Jesus Henao with around 130 stolen smartphones.
Over 100 attendees of the Coachella music festival in Southern California this weekend were separated from their mobile devices by a pickpocket working the crowds. Fortunately, Apple's Find My iPhone feature saved the day by helping locate the pilfered phones, allegedly nabbed by Reinaldo De Jesus Henao of New York.
The tech-savvy music lovers fired up the Find My iPhone app and chased the alleged thief around the Indio, Calif. venue until security workers could nab him.
If you're an Apple phone user attending Coachella Weekend 2, do yourself a favor and activate your "Find My iPhone" feature.
The biggest bummer at a festival like Coachella should be a spilled beer or a long bathroom line, not having your iPhone stolen by a highly ambitious but also bumbling criminal. Awful person Reinaldo De Jesus Henao found himself in handcuffs...
Music lovers at Coachella fell victim to a serial phone snatcher on the loose at the festival this last weekend, but like all bad iPhone thieves, the Coachella bandit was foiled by Apple’s ‘Find My iPhone’ feature. Several Coachella
Stealing phones at Coachella is nothing new. My daughter had hers stolen a few years ago, and when I mentioned it to someone I ran into at the supermarket, she said her son's phone had been stolen that year as well. And then a stranger...
He had a hundred phones in his backpack. [ more › ]
Leave it to a group of tech-savvy concert-goers to solve a case of stolen cellphones at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival over the weekend. At a scene like Coachella, where any music act, art installation and fashion or food trend is Instagrammable or Snapchatted, it’s no wonder several...
Can't find your phone or looking for a family member? Use Family Sharing and Find My iPhone! Updated April, 2017: Updated screenshots and steps for iOS 10. Family Sharing not only lets you share iTunes and App Store purchases, but it also makes it easier for you to track all the devices in your family with the help of Find My iPhone.
My hearing isn't great and I'd like to compensate for partial hearing loss in my right ear. But for the life of me, I can't find any balance setting or adjustment on my iPhone. Can you adjust the left/right balance with earbuds or headphones? The post How do you Adjust iPhone Sound Balance? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.