Alex C writes: "This is not the first time that I heard about people using the Bluetooth technology to get some advantage.
The mobile phone technology is being used by thieves to seek out and steal laptops locked in cars in Cambridgeshire County, UK.
Up-to-date mobiles often have Bluetooth technology, which allows other compatible devices, including laptops, to link up and exchange information, and log on to the internet.
But thieves in Cambridge have cottoned on to an alternative use for the function, using it as a scanner which will let them know if another Bluetooth device is locked in a car boot.
Det. Sgt Al Funge, from Cambridge's crime investigation unit, said: "There have been a number of instances of this new technology being used to identify cars which have valuable electronics, including laptops, inside". more...."
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