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Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Top 50 highest-paid CEOs

NEW YORK (AP) -- Here are the 50 highest-paid CEOs of 2013, as calculated by The Associated Press and Equilar, an executive pay research firm:
1. Anthony Petrello, Nabors Industries, $68.2 million, up 246 percent
2. Leslie Moonves, CBS, $65.6 million, up 9 percent
3. Richard Adkerson, Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold, $55.3 million, up 294 percent
4. Stephen Kaufer, TripAdvisor, $39 million, up 510 percent
5. Philippe Dauman, Viacom, $37.2 million, up 11 percent
6. Leonard Schleifer, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, $36.3 million, up 21 percent
7. Robert Iger, Walt Disney, $34.3 million, down 7 percent
8. David Zaslav, Discovery Communications, $33.3 million, down 33 percent
9. Jeffrey Bewkes, Time Warner, $32.5 million, up 27 percent
10. Brian Roberts, Comcast, $31.4 million, up 8 percent
11. Mark Bertolini, Aetna, $30.7 million, up 132 percent
12. Rex Tillerson, ExxonMobil, $28.1 million, up 3 percent
13. Brian Goldner, Hasbro, $27.4 million, up 188 percent
14. David Cote, Honeywell International, $26 million, up 55 percent
15. Steve Ells, Chipotle Mexican Grill co-CEO, $25.1 million, up 27 percent
16. Montgomery Moran, Chipotle Mexican Grill co-CEO, $24.4 million, up 27 percent
17. James McNerney, Boeing, $23.3 million, up 10 percent
18. Alan Mulally, Ford Motor Co., $23.2 million, up 11 percent
19. Alexander Cutler, Eaton, $23.1 million, up 24 percent
20. Laurence Fink, BlackRock, $22.9 million, up 13 percent
21. Larry Merlo, CVS Caremark, $22.9 million, up 26 percent
22. Trevor Fetter, Tenet Healthcare, $22.7 million, up 180 percent
23. Sandeep Mathrani, General Growth Properties, $22.1 million, up 424 percent
24. Paal Kibsgaard, Schlumberger, $22 million, up 47 percent
25. Kenneth Chenault, American Express, $21.7 million, down 22 percent
26. Brian Jellison, Roper Industries, $21.4 million, up 18 percent
27. David Nelms, Discover Financial Services, $21.2 million, up 113 percent
28. Robert Hugin, Celgene, $21 million, up 99 percent
29. Miles White, Abbott Laboratories, $20.9 million, up 7 percent
30. David Lesar, Halliburton, $20.9 million, up 20 percent
31. Lamberto Andreotti, Bristol-Myers Squibb, $20.8 million, up 30 percent
32. Randall Stephenson, AT&T, $20.7 million, down 1 percent
33. Carol Meyrowitz, TJX Companies, $20.7 million, up 9 percent
34. Andrew Liveris, Dow Chemical, $20.5 million, up 21 percent
35. Paul Jacobs, Qualcomm, $20.4 million, down 1 percent(asterisk)
36. John Watson, Chevron, $20.2 million, down 9 percent
37. Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs, $19.9 million, up 50 percent
38. Lawrence Culp, Danaher, $19.7 million, down 10 percent
39. Stephen Wynn, Wynn Resorts, $19.6 million, up 10 percent
40. David Calhoun, Nielsen Holdings, $19.5 million, up 40 percent(asterisk)(asterisk)
41. James Cracchiolo, Ameriprise Financial, $19.4 million, up 20 percent
42. John Stumpf, Wells Fargo, $19.3 million, unchanged
43. Jeffrey Immelt, General Electric, $19.2 million, down 7 percent
44. George Chapman, Health Care REIT, $18.9 million, up 73 percent(asterisk)(asterisk)(asterisk)
45. Glenn Murphy, GAP, $18.7 million, down 24 percent
46. Robert Niblock, Lowe's Companies, $18.7 million, up 54 percent
47. Richard Kramer, Goodyear Tire & Rubber, $18.7 million, up 39 percent
48. Richard Fairbank, Capital One Financial, $18.3 million, down 19 percent
49. Louis Chenevert, United Technologies, $18.2 million, down 16 percent
50. Muhtar Kent, Coca-Cola Co., $18.2 million, down 16 percent
(asterisk) Jacobs stepped down as CEO on December 13, 2014.
(asterisk)(asterisk) Calhoun stepped down as CEO on January 1, 2014.
(asterisk)(asterisk)(asterisk) Chapman retired April 14, 2014.
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Friday, 23 May 2014

Exercises for shoulders like Hrithik Roshan or John Abraham

Hrithik John Shoulder
Kris is one of the most well-known names in the international body-building circuit as the editor-at-large and main spokesmodel of He is the creator of the Dramatic Transformation Principle (DTP), which has helped Hrithik Roshan transform his body for his movie Krrish 3 and has been training other celebs like John Abraham and Mahesh Babu as well. Here’s an excerpt from his book The Guide to Your Best Body which tells you the exercises that will help you get massive shoulders.
Bent-over rear raises
bent over rear raises
Keeping your back straight, bend at the waist to pick up two dumbbells, your palms facing behind you. This will be your starting position. Keeping your torso stationary, exhale as you lift the dumbbells straight to your sides until your upper arms are parallel to the floor. Pause briefly at the contracted position, then inhale as you slowly lower the dumbbells to the starting position.
Dumbbell shoulder press
Dumbbell shoulder pressHolding a dumbbell in each hand, sit on a military press bench or utility bench with back support. Place the dumbbells upright on top of your thighs. Raise the dumbbells to shoulder height one at a time, using your thighs to help propel them into position. Be sure to rotate your wrists so that the palms of your hands are facing forward. This is your starting position. Exhale as you push the dumbbells upward until they almost touch at the top. After a brief pause at the top, inhale as you slowly lower the weights to the starting position.
Front Dumbbell raises
Front Dumbbell Raise
Stand up straight with a dumbbell in each hand in front of your thighs at arms’ length, using an overhand grip. This will be your starting position. Without swinging, lift the right dumbbell to the front with a slight bend in your elbow with your palm facing down. Continue to lift it until your arm is slightly above your chest, and parallel to the floor. Lower the dumbbell slowly to the starting position, then repeat with the left dumbbell. Continue alternating in this fashion until the recommended number of reps has been performed with each arm.
Side dumbbell raises
Side dumbbell raiseStand up straight with a dumbbell in each hand at your sides, your palms facing you. This will be your starting position. With your torso stationary, exhale as you lift the dumbbells to your sides with a slight bend in your elbows, continuing to raise the weights until your arms are parallel to the floor. Your hands should be tilted slightly forward as if you are pouring a glass of water. Pause for a brief moment at the top, then inhale as you slowly lower the weights to the starting position. 
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Exercises for toned legs, knees,thighs

toned legsHave you always dreamt of having perfectly toned legs but didn’t know how to attain your goal? Kris Gethin,Hrithik Roshan and John Abraham’s trainer in his book ‘The Guide to Your Best Body’ demonstrates a number of exercises for your legs that can help you shape them while also making them stronger.
 Standing Calf Raises
standing calf raisesPlace your shoulders under the pads of a standing calf press machine and position your toes facing forward. The balls of your feet should be secured on top of the block with your heels extending off of it. Push the lever up by extending your hips and knees until you can stand up straight. This will be your starting position. Now exhale as you raise your heels by extending your ankles as high as possible while flexing your calves. Hold the contracted position for a brief moment, then inhale and slowly lower yourself back to the starting position.
Trainer Tip: Your knees should always keep a slight bend and should never be locked.
 Seated Calf Raises
seated calf raisesSit down on a seated calf press machine and place your toes on the lower portion of the platform with your heels extending off it. Place your lower thighs under the lever pad, adjusting the pad to fit snugly against your thighs. Place your hands on top of the lever pad to prevent it from slipping forward. Lift the lever slightly by pushing your heels up and release the safety bar. Inhale as you slowly lower your heels by bending your ankles until your calves are fully stretched. This will be your starting position. Exhale as you raise your heels by extending your ankles as high as possible while contracting your calves. Hold the top contraction for a brief moment and then slowly return to the starting position.
squatsSet a barbell on a rack that best matches your height. Once it is loaded with your desired weight, step under the barbell and place the back of your shoulders under it. Lift the barbell from the rack by simultaneously pushing with your legs and straightening your torso. Step away from the rack and position your legs shoulder width apart with your toes slightly pointed out. This will be your starting position. Inhale as you slowly lower the bar, sitting back with your hips as though you were going to sit on a chair. Maintain the arch in your back. Continue lowering the weight until your hips and knees form a line parallel to the floor. Exhale as you lift the bar to the starting position, leading the movement with your head.
Trainer Tip: As you squat, don’t let your knees drift forward over your toes; keep them in line with your ankles throughout the movement.
Leg Press
leg pressSit down at a leg press machine and place your feet on the platform directly in front of you shoulder width apart. Lower the safety bar holding the weighted platform in place and press the platform up until your legs are almost fully extended in front of you; do not lock your knees. This will be your starting position. Inhale as you slowly lower the platform until your upper and lower legs form a 90-degree angle. Driving mainly though the heel of the foot, exhale as you push the platform back to the starting position.
Lying Leg Curls
lying leg curlsAdjust a leg curl machine to fit your height and lie facedown on it. The pad of the lever should be on the back of your legs, a couple inches below the fullest part of your calves. Keep your torso flat on the bench and ensure that your legs are fully stretched. This will be your starting position. Exhale as you curl your legs up as far as possible without lifting your upper legs from the pad. Once you reach the fully contracted position, hold for a brief moment, then inhale and bring the legs back to the starting position.
Leg Extensions
leg extensionsChoose your weight and sit on a leg extension machine with your legs under the pad, your hands holding the sidebars. This will be your starting position. Make sure your legs form a 90-degree angle between the lower and upper leg. Using your quadriceps, exhale and extend your legs while the rest of your body remains stationary on the seat. Pause a second in the contracted position, then inhale as you slowly lower the weight back to the original position, stopping right before the weight load touches the weight stack.
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Exercises for your biceps, triceps and forearms

Weight trainingThe arms or guns as they are called in bodybuilder lingo are the most noticeable part of the anatomy and the first ones you are ever going to work out when you start weight training. You need to exercise them not just to bulk up but to actually add to your upper body strength.
The exercises we list here are as important for women as they are for men. Our ladies need strong well-toned arms too (it won’t cause women to bulk up like men do as they don’t have as much testosterone as men).
arm musclesBefore we start, you need to understand the muscles of the arms – biceps, triceps and forearms. Each of these has what are called extensors (muscles which help extend the arm and increase the angle of the joint) and flexors (muscles which help flex the arm and decrease the angle of the joint).
Things to keep in mind before you start
If you’re performing the these exercises for the first time it would be a good idea to take seek help from a gym trainer so that he can show you the proper form and posture. If you don’t have a personal trainer, don’t fret. Just seek out the floor trainer (all gyms have them) for guidance in the early days. Make sure you are always in control of the motion and you’re not lifting those weights with a jerking motion or breaking your form because this could damage your elbows. Also, you should begin with lightweights to learn the proper technique before you move on to heavier weights. Looking at your form and posture in the mirror while performing these exercises help.
Here are some exercises for different parts of the arm – biceps, triceps and forearms.
Biceps exercises
hammer curlThe hammer curl is a classic exercise and quite simple to boot. It can be performed either with alternate arms or with both arms at the same time using two dumbbells.
Weight, sets and reps: If this is the first time you’re doing this exercise begin with 7.5 or 10 pounds in each arm. You should aim to do three sets of 15 reps each (15×3).
How to do it: Stand straight while holding a dumbbell in each of your arms. Your palms should be facing in. Slowly raise the dumbbell until the forearm is completely vertical and then lower your arm to the original position. Do the lifting with your elbows and not your wrists. Keep the wrist as firm as possible.
Barbell Curl
barbell_curlThe barbell curl is another standard exercise which is great for the biceps.
Weight, sets and reps:  If it’s your first time, begin with the 20 pound barbell. You should aim to do three sets of 15 reps each (15×3).
How to do it: Stand straight with your legs wide as you hold a shoulder-wide grip with palms facing up. With your elbows side by side raise the barbell until your forearms are vertical and then lower until your arms are fully extended. 
Triceps exercises
Cable Pushdowns
cable pushdownThe exercise is done with the cable pulley machine – the one with the weights and lots of ropes and pulleys.
Weights, sets and reps: If it’s your first time begin put the weights stack at around 30 pounds and do three sets of 15 reps each (15×3).
How to do it: This exercise can either be done with a horizontal bar or a rope handle but the movement remains similar. Stand upright while facing the machine and pull the bar down until your forearm is completely parallel to the ground and repeat this movement. If you’re using a rope handle bring your wrists back, at least until your arms are completely straight. Make sure your elbows remain steady while doing this exercise.
                                                                               Close-grip bench press
close grip bench pressThis exercise is similar to the normal bench press but the close-grip makes it an exercise which targets your triceps more than your chest.
Weights, sets and reps: The bench press bar is usually 40 pounds and if it’s your first time don’t add additional weights. However, if you feel that it’s too light you can start by adding 5 pound plates on each side. Don’t be in a hurry to increase the weight and instead concentrate on proper form and posture.
How to do: Lie on bench and grasp the bar with a narrow grip (arms six inches apart). Lower the weight to your chest with your elbows close to your body and then push the barbell up until your arms are completely straight. Make sure you’ve a strong grip while doing this exercise and don’t let your wrists bend.
Reverse barbell curl
reverse-grip-barbell-curlsWeights, sets and reps: Start with the 20 pound barbell and try to do three sets of 15 reps each (15×3).
The reverse barbell curl is similar to the classic barbell curl; the only difference being that instead of up, your palms are facing down.
How to do: Stand straight with your legs as wide as you hold a shoulder-wide grip with palms facing down. With your elbows side by side raise the barbell as high as you can and then lower until your arms are fully extended.  This exercise can also be done while sitting down. The thing to keep in mind is that you should always be in control of the motion without which you could injure your wrists or damage your shoulders.
There are more intense exercises to bulk up the muscles in your arms but you should only start doing them once you’re comfortable with the ones mentioned here. 

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Saturday, 17 May 2014

Facebook Fake ID Detect & Block Them

Dear Friends

Facebook has put together a social network of over a billion people. Some of those people do not have the best interests of their fellow humans at heart. They may seek you out to get information, to steal your identity, or even to destroy your reputation. How do you guard against predators like that? We'll show you a few ways to protect your self and your family on Facebook. Read on!

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    Know why it is important to spot a fake account. First and foremost, somebody with a fake account is—almost by definition—a con artist. Unless you run with that crowd, you probably don't want them in your life.
    • While they may present themselves as a friend, or even a romantic interest, their sole purpose in friending you may be as harmless as a mind game, or they may be after much more, such as your money, goods and property.
    • The impostor might also be setting you up to steal your identity or valuable information from you that they can use to manipulate someone else.
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    Don't talk to strangers. At the least, think twice about accepting friend requests from people you don't know and who are not connected to you through legitimate, verifiable means. If you're not sure, do the following:
    • Ask them questions: What makes you want to be your friend? How did they find out about you? Who do you know in common? By clicking on their name, you can see if you have any mutual friends. If you do, contact your friend. If not—that's a big red flag.
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    Do a little detective work. At the very least, it can be fun. You might also find out that your would-be "friend" is really bad news. Here are some things to sleuth out:
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    Read the profile carefully. Does what is being said add up or are there some really hard-to-believe statements being made?
    • For example, maybe there is a photo of a very young person next to claims of being a professor or a CEO. Does the embellishment seem more than the usual "making oneself look good" and come across as simply implausible? Trust your own senses on this one. You could even ask for proof of some of the things the person has stated—they're approaching you, after all. You have every right to make sure they're legitimate.
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    Check out their profile picture. Is there only one? Is it way too perfect or does it seem touched up in any way? Maybe you've seen it before? A good photo — or a touched up one — may not be a negative sign, but it could be that they've simple scoured Google for an attractive photo, thinking nobody would ever find out. Try this:
    • Click and drag their profile picture to your desktop.
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    • Launch Google Chrome or Firefox, and navigate to Google Images.
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    • Drag and drop the profile pic into the search field: it will expand, as shown:
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    • Google uses facial recognition and other algorithms to match a picture, and will either return an exact match (with information like names), or pictures similar to the original.
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    Search their name online to see if it returns. This won't be so useful if the name is a common one, but for a more unusual one there might be some interesting returns.
    • If they have a common name, add other information such as their location, approximate age, or any other information you can glean from their profile.
    • Have they been tagged? A real person is generally tagged here and there as part of the Facebook sharing experience.
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    Check out their friends. Are their friends global or local? The more local the friends, the more likely the person is to be real. The more global their friendship list, with very few or no local friends, start getting suspicious.
    • The lack of local friends suggests that this is not a real person you're dealing with but a fake account. This is often used by people pretending to be attractive young women. They will often contact you with a line like "I saw your picture and you looked nice."
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    Block the request. If you don't have a good feeling about somebody, there's a simple solution: don't just turn down the request for friendship, block them completely.
    • Click on their Facebook name, and go to their Timeline. On the right, under the Cover Photo, click on the Message settings:
    • You can block them from contacting you, or report them to Facebook if you feel they are a threat or involved in illicit or illegal activities.
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    Create a "probationary period." If you're in the (not-so-great) habit of accepting friend requests from friends of friends' friends, or friend people because they seem to have similar tastes to yours in music, cooking, dancing, or whatever, then you leave yourself open to the occasional fake.
    • While you can make wonderful connections in this way, try to always have someone you do know vouch for this person first. And if that's not possible, be alert to signs of weird behavior, such as suddenly bombarding you with likes, comments, photos, etc. on a daily basis.
    • If you hardly know this person, they should be taking things slowly and politely, not invading your space immediately.
    • If, after a week or two, you're not comfortable with your new friend, unfriend them!
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    Beware interconnected faking. At one time it was probably reasonable to think that if someone had a group of friends interacting with them and vouching for each other, that that person must be real. Not anymore!
    • There are increasing cases of one person running numerous fake Facebook accounts, pretending to be an array of different people, all vouching for one another and all trying to be friends with someone real!
    • An excellent example is the case of Natalia Burgess, who wove a web of deceit and caused many young males to fall for her various aliases — all because she felt inadequately loved.[1] Sadly, impostors of this sort go to incredible lengths to create an array of fake accounts including other social media accounts and websites to give the impression that their fake personas are "real".
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    Look for and record inconsistencies. If you're being targeted by an elaborate web of lies, eventually these start to unravel. This is most evident in someone who is trying to maintain several fake Facebook accounts at once and eventually, they will drop the ball and mix up their stories.
    • If you start noticing this in response to questions, or in their comments, take note and remain alert for more inconsistencies.
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    Do a double take if the person says anything weird or "out-of-character".For example: if an adult is pretending to be a teen, they may say something that dates them by referring to an historic event or person that teens wouldn't really know much about. Or they may prove to know way too much about a topic that someone they're claiming to be would not.
    • Take note of what the suspicious person says, as everyone slips up! No one is perfect, and they're bound to eventually say something that will give you a hint that your hunch is correct.
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    Be really wary of undying declarations of love, affection, and romance. If someone you've never met, who lives thousands of miles away from you, and who has barely revealed themselves gets amorous with you, be suspicious. Sometimes the faker does this because they love the feeling of playing with the life and feelings of someone else; sometimes it's because they're in love with online love but are too afraid to reveal their true selves (or they're in a relationship in real life); and other times it could be that they're after something, like money, sex, or drugs.
    • Question your own feelings and motivations if you start to feel something for a person who declares they love you online. Is it too sudden? Too weird? Too freaky? A little bit icky? Trust those feelings and delete this fake friend from your account.
    • If they ask you for sexy pictures, immediately be suspicious. A fake account is a good shill for getting free pornographic material that then gets passed around online.
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    Unfriend them! If you're suspicious, unsure, or uncomfortable with having them as part of your Facebook friends, pull the plug. It's not like they're your real friends or family, and they could cause you a lot of future problems.
    • Warn other friends of yours on Facebook if you know they have also friended the fake account; one of the tactics of an impostor is to befriend others in your circle of friends to try and make the friendship seem more "real".
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Monday, 12 May 2014

5 Fascinating Facts About Porn

Surprising numbers from sociologist Gail Dines’s Pornland: How Porn Has Hijacked Our Sexuality (Beacon), a new book about the near-trillion-dollar adult film industry:

  1. 1. 15,000 new porn movies will be released this year.

  2. 2. There are 420 million internet porn pages, 4.2 million porn Websites, and 68 million search engine requests for porn daily.

  3. 3. Annual revenue from hotel porn rentals is more than $500 million.

  4. 4. Porn actresses earn $1,200 for a double penetration scene, $1,300 for multiple penetration by three men, and $1,500 for double anal. For a scene featuring one woman and one man, a white woman’s pay starts at $800 per scene, a black woman’s starts at $500 and maxes out at $800.

  5. 5. Among the 50 top-rented films, 88% of scenes include physical aggression against a woman, including spanking, slapping, and gagging; 48% include verbal aggression, including calling the actress “bitch” or “slut.”

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Thursday, 8 May 2014

disable your lost or stolen Mobile phone

Dear Friends

How to remotely disable your lost or stolen phone
Many of today's most popular smartphones can be erased from afar if they're misplaced or fall into the wrong hands. Here's how to do it.
Our phones are valuable, but they're easily replaced. The data on them, however, is often much more important. Cell phones carry all kinds of personal and business information these days, so preventing them from getting in the wrong hands is key.
While a stray personal address book won't matter much to an unsavory type who finds a lost iPhone—they'd much rather just sell the phone—cached online banking passwords, corporate documents, and VPN access are better off kept secure. That's why many of today's smartphones support a mobile kill switch, also called "remote wipe" capability. Remote wipe lets you or an IT employee remotely erase the handheld's data in case it's lost or stolen.
All of the major smartphone platforms have some kind of remote erase capability. There are several ways of doing it, such as installing apps on the handset, using a management console on the IT side, or signing up for a cloud-based service. Here's a rundown of what's out there for each platform. No matter which smartphone OS you or your employees use, you're bound to find something that can help put your mind at ease.
The good news is that the same features that enable the remote disable can also just be used to find the phone. Most of today's smartphones have some form of GPS capability. That means you can use the same tools just to find or locate the lost phone in the first place—and potentially, depending on who has it, or where it's found, get it back.
Which brings us to our last point: Though it varies by platform, the remote wipe solutions listed below—or any for that matter—aren't fail-safe. If someone finds the phone before the remote wipe occurs—which could happen if the battery dies, or there's no signal to receive the command—a thief or corporate spy could disable the network connections and then hack away. Your best insurance, therefore, is to disable the handset as quickly as possible, the same way you would call your credit card company the moment you noticed a credit card was missing.
Apple iPhone
Thanks to iCloud, you can now locate and remotely erase any iPhone. While you still have the device, head to Settings > iCloud and turn on Find My iPhone if it isn't already enabled. If you lose your phone, you can find it either by installing the free Find My iPhone app on another iOS device, or by visiting, signing in, and using Apple's Web-based Find My iPhone app. With either tool, you can remotely lock the phone with a passcode if you haven't already, send a message to it, play a sound, or remotely wipe the phone.
Google Android
Android Lost adds remote find and wipe capability, and also lets you set a password and lock the SIM card slot. You can even sound an alarm when the phone is on silent—perfect for finding it when it's buried in the couch cushions. We're particularly fond of Android Lost because you can push the app to the phone from Google Play (formerly the Android Market) remotely. In a corporate setting, IT managers deploying Android devices can enable native remote wipe capability by installing Google Apps Device Policy, though it can't be added retroactively.
Microsoft Windows Phone
For any Windows Phone 7 or 7.5 device, head to on a desktop or laptop PC and sign in. Then click My Phone. From here, you can locate the phone with GPS, erase all the data, lock the phone and display a message, or change your password. Microsoft also lets you set the phone itself to save its location every few hours; this helps if you lose the phone later and the battery dies, since it will have reported its last known location. To do so, head to Start > App List > Settings and tap Find My Phone.
RIM BlackBerry OS
Research In Motion offers BlackBerry Protect, a free app that lets you find, lock, or wipe your BlackBerry from a remote location. It also adds daily, weekly, and monthly backup capability for your data. Any BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) handset can be erased remotely via the Erase Data and Disable Handheld IT administration command over the wireless network. IT admins can also specify if the handset should revert to factory default settings or retain the IT policy it had before.

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