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Sony's My Xperia smartphone recovery service launches worldwide

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Sony's My Xperia phone-finding service isn't just for Nordic climates anymore; following a pilot earlier this year, the recovery tool is now rolling out worldwide. Anyone with a 2012- or 2013-era Xperia phone should get access within the next few weeks. Whatever Sony device is involved, the web-based controls are the same: owners can pinpoint a lost phone's location, lock it down, sound an alert and wipe its storage. If you just can't bear to part with your Xperia Z, you'll want to sign up for My Xperia at the source link.

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