'Stolen Phone Checker' can find if your smartphone is lost or stolen

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CTIA, a US-based mobile industry trade group, has launched a tool called "Stolen Phone Checker" powered by GSMA Device Check which lets consumers in the US look up whether a smartphone has been reported lost or stolen.

The consumers can check up to five devices a day.

"The service provides the wireless industry with the definitive, single source of real-time lost or stolen mobile device data," dailymail.co.uk reported on Saturday.
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