Updated 22 May, 2013, 9:53 am IST
myXperia service helps you track down your lost Sony Xperia smartphone
| by Nikhil Subramaniam |
Sony has been constanly releasing new features for its Xperia line-up. First the company released a tool for those tinkering with various ROMs to flash back to stock Sony firmware. Now it has launched a free missing phone locator service for owners of Xperia smartphones.
The service is currently only open to devices in Nordic countries and offers remote locking of devices and GPS tracking of a missing smartphone or tablet. Sony says it will roll out myXperia to a larger audience by the end of Q1 and the beginning of Q2.
Sony's myXperia service is live in Nordic countries
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