Smartphone theft has been an issue, especially with high end phones, such as the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy line. Now California has decided to pass a new law to deal with and hopefully fix the issue.
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Minnesota has become the first state in the U.S. to approve a law that will require all mobile devices like cell phones, smartphones and tablets to have some kind of anti-theft "kill switch" software.
Lawmakers in the state of California voted this week not to approve a bill that would have required all smartphones to have "kill switch" software installed if they get lost or stolen.