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GadgetTrak Recovers Stolen Laptop & Jewelry – Springfield, Oregon
Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Another laptop has been recovered thanks to GadgetTrak. A Mac was stolen from our customer Kari Hardre during a home burglary along with jewelry, the GadgetTrak software activated and sent location, network data and images of the thief back.

“They kicked the front door in, so I would invest that $50. It’s an investment well worth it,” said Kari Hardre.

NASA Laptop Stolen
Sunday, January 24, 2010

A professor from Georgia State University says his life’s work is gone after his laptop was reportedly stolen which was loaded with years of valuable NASA research. Video courtesy of Fox News.

Indie+Relief: All Jan. 20 GadgetTrak Sales Goes to Help Haiti
Wednesday, January 20, 2010

All online sales revenue today will go to Haiti relief. We have partnered with other software developers through Indie+Relief to donate all Jan. 20 sales to support the relief efforts in Haiti. We will be donating all of today’s sales directly to the Mangrove Fund.

The Mangrove Fund was established in 2007 in order to help existing organizations and people who provide sustainable assistance and support to impoverished Haitian communities. They look for proven track records of success which result from the local relationships and knowledge base necessary to create long-term positive economic benefits within Haitian communities.

The 7.0 earthquake is only the most recent of a string of calamities to strike Haiti. However, it is by far the most devastating. Mangrove will provide ull support to the rescue efforts currently being launched and will be funding several organizations who will be directly involved on the ground, including Vwa Ayiti and entities devoted directly to assisting children living in any one of Haiti’s hundreds of orphanages.

100% of the monies we receive during this campaign will be sent directly to organizations leading the relief and recovery efforts.

GadgetTrak Good Morning America Feature : 5 Tips to Keep Your Gadget Gifts Working Like New
Sunday, January 17, 2010

We were featured in a great piece by Good Morning America on Christmas Day regarding how to protect the gadgets your received on Christmas Day. GadgetTrak was featured as tip number two:

GadgetTrak uses GPS and WiFi signals to locate your lost electronic and lock it down remotely so a thief cannot use it and police can track it.

Read the full story on Good Morning America

This is actually the second time GadgetTrak has featured on Good Morning America, in a previous episode our technology was also described in more depth with technology corespondent Becky Worley:

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