We were surprised by uninformed allegations that claimed Prey’s Anti-theft solution had taken part in the tampering of e-voting tablet devices. Here is our statement.
Here’s the first of several blog entries telling about our company’s inner workings: How we nailed customer satisfaction making it one of our core values.
Good news everyone! You can now use Prey On-Demand on your iPhone, iPad or your Android phone or tablet whether you have a Pro account or not.
Prey is now available for iPhones and iPads at the App Store. Open source, for free, tested and ready to kick some burglar butt. Here’s a detailed explanation of how the iOS client actually works.
Good news Ubuntu users! If you already upgraded to Ubuntu Natty Narwhal (11.04) then you’ll be able to install Prey directly from Ubuntu’s official package repositories.
Here’s a brief list of changes we’ve made to the Prey Control Panel, which hopefully will make it easier for you to manage Prey and keep an eye on what’s going on with your stuff.
We launched a new way of controlling Prey, by using a web control panel that allows you to activate it remotely with just a few clicks. Check it out.
Hey everyone! We’re glad to announce the arrival of Prey version 0.3, which comes in with lots of stuff under the hood.