Robert McMillan just wrote a story in PC World about a new laptop tracking system, which is free:
Lose your laptop these days and you lose part of your life: You say good-bye to photos, music and personal documents that cannot be replaced, and if it’s a work computer, you may be the source of a very public data breach.
But now, researchers at the University of Washington and the University of California, San Diego, have found a way to give you a shot at getting your life back. On Monday, they plan to launch a new laptop tracking service, called Adeona that is free and private.
Named after the Roman goddess credited with guiding children back to their parents, Adeona uses software that has been under development for the past year.
Sounds interesting! Read the full article for more details.