Researchers at the University of Washington and the University of California, San Diego, have launched Adeona, an open-source service aimed at helping individuals and organizations track the location of lost or stolen laptops. The result of a year-long joint research project, the software is designed to answer the needs of schools, corporations, and government entities that have seen an increase in personal data breaches because of missing laptops, as well as consumers who are putting more music, photos, and memories onto their portable computers. And best of all, it’s free…

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