Google Microsoft Windows phone operating systems add “kill-switch” feature

Google Microsoft Windows phone operating systems add “kill-switch” feature.¬†Handset completely useless if it stolen, rendering a theft pointless.

Android and Windows to get ‘kill switch’.¬†Google and Microsoft will add a “kill-switch” feature to their Android and Windows phone operating systems.

The feature a method of making a handset completely useless if it is stolen, rendering a theft pointless.

Google Microsoft Windows phone operating systems add "kill-switch" feature.

Google Microsoft Windows phone operating systems add “kill-switch” feature.

Google and Microsoft will add a “kill-switch” feature to their Android and Windows phone operating systems.

The feature a method of making a handset completely useless if it stolen, rendering a theft pointless.

Google Microsoft Windows phone operating systems add “kill-switch” feature.

Authorities have been urging tech firms to take steps to help curb phone theft and argued that a kill-switch feature can help resolve the problem.

Apple and Samsung, two of the biggest phone makers, offer a similar feature on some of their devices.

The move by Google and Microsoft means that kill switches will now be a part of the three most popular phone operating systems in the world.

Google and Microsoft will add a “kill-switch” feature to their Android and Windows phone operating systems.

The feature a method of making a handset completely useless if it stolen, rendering a theft pointless.

Authorities have been urging tech firms to take steps to help curb phone theft and argued that a kill-switch feature can help resolve the problem.

Apple and Samsung, two of the biggest phone makers, offer a similar feature on some of their devices.

Android and Windows to get ‘kill switch’ Windows phone operating systems.

The move by Google and Microsoft means that kill switches will now be a part of the three most popular phone operating systems in the world.

Google and Microsoft will add a “kill-switch” feature to their Android and Windows phone operating systems.

The feature a method of making a handset completely useless if it stolen, rendering a theft pointless.

Google and Microsoft will add a “kill-switch” feature to their Android and Windows phone operating systems.