By: Dan Rowinski | readwriteweb.com
We’ve all done it. You step out on the street after paying for your coffee at Starbucks or handing the cab driver a tip. Your first natural inclination is to reach in to your pocket, dig out your cellphone and call somebody and say, “hey, I’m on my way.” But your phone is not there.
Mobile security firm Lookout estimates that $30 billion worth of smartphones are lost every year in the United States.