Google's official Android Device Manager app is now in the Play Store. Like Find My iPhone, it locates all your Android gadgets and can lock or erase them.
Google's new mobile app lets you manage and secure a lost or stolen phone or tablet from another Android device.
Google's Android Device Manager, which allows users to locate their phones via a desktop app, will be adding the ability to lock the device and change its password.
Can't find your Android phone or tablet? Pinpoint its location and remotely erase it with the Android Device Manager. Sharon Vaknin shows you how.
Find your lost or stolen Android device and remotely wipe your personal data with Google's new Android Device Manager.
Google will release an app this month that'll help you find your lost phone, or wipe its data if stolen.
Google's Android Device Manager lets users remotely lock a lost or stolen device with a new password.
If you're away from the computer and lose your Android, your first reaction may have been to race home to check the GPS location of your device. With the recent update to the Android Device Manager, you can check the location from a friend's device instead.
Beyond just using a PIN code lock screen, Amazon's Kindle Fire HDX and HDX 8.9-inch tablets can also be secured with device encryption.
A list of your Android apps can be a helpful reference. With List My Apps, you can easily create a list and share it with others.