The UK, the US and the European Union have all said they will soon install Teslofie, an open-source software platform that can monitor your mobile phone, tablet and smartwatch and alert you when your device is being abused.
The platform is currently being tested by several tech firms in the US, the UK and Australia, and will soon become available in the UK, which is expected to be the first country to install it.
The US government, meanwhile, has pledged to install the device in all 50 states within the next month, though that will not be easy.
Teslafie is based on a mobile app that allows users to track the activities of their smartphones and tablets, and is able to detect and stop such abuse by automatically sending notifications when a phone or tablet is being used in an illegal way.
Teslofiie is being developed by the open-sourced platform team behind WhatsApp and Twitter.
The company claims that its software will save users money by preventing the use of their mobile phones for malicious purposes.
“The technology allows you to securely track your phone and prevent the use and abuse of your device by others,” said a Teslofaie spokesperson.
“This will be an effective tool for all mobile users to stop unwanted behavior, such as spam, abuse, and scams.
Teslfie will be available to all of the world’s mobile users in 2020, and it will enable everyone to easily use their phones as a personal and digital security tool.”
Teslofuies latest update in October promised to be a “game changer”, and the company said it would now offer the app to more than 60 million people in the first week of availability.
Tesltafie will run on a Linux kernel, which enables Linux to run on smartphones and tablet devices, and use Bluetooth Low Energy, or Bluetooth Smart, technology to detect when a device is connected to a hotspot.
Teslatfaie’s developers have promised to “keep improving” the software, and are also working on a software that will allow Teslfiies creators to make the app even more powerful.
“There’s so much room for improvement in the Teslfie ecosystem that we’ve built,” said Teslfaie co-founder and CEO Rakesh Prakash.
“We’ve got a lot of amazing new features coming in, and we’re just getting started.”
Prakapras was not available for comment.
Teslufie has been developed by a consortium of tech firms, including Tencent, Facebook, Nokia, Twitter and Alibaba.
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