- A locate feature that allows you to remotely ring your phone, even if it is set to vibrate
- Remote lock and wipe if you have your phone stolen or lost
- Backups for contacts, call history, data, customizations, and even text messages
- Sharing and editing for multimedia content (read: pictures and video shot on your phone)
- Send messages from your computer to the lock screen of your phone
One would assume HTCSense.com would launch alongside the Desire HD and Desire Z, but HTC gave no firm date or word on if existing Sense phones would see an update to let them access these features. I am sure many Droid Incredible, Evo 4G, Aria, Desire, and Wildfire owners out there would love to have access to all of that cloud-based goodness, so we will keep our eyes peeled for any news on that front. [Engadget]
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