Two different visions for protecting your iPhone from theft, and a robot that went through a hurricane to report storm data.
In light of Hurricane Sandy, we check out one brave little robot that could, and did, survive inside the center of the hurricane and managed to transmit real time data. Then, we check out two different approaches to the same concept of preventing iPhone theft, an Apple patented anti-theft feature and an anti-theft iPhone case.
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Apple filed a patent on a system to recognize they movement patterns of a phone being stolen and react appropriately. No telling if this concept will reach the market.
The Indiegogo project Coyote Case is a little closer to being reality with it's plan to put a thief-stopping siren on your iPhone.