Alright fellas, two part post here.
Background: I lost my Droid on a Lufthansa in Frankfurt, Germany several days ago and they have not yet "found" the phone, implying to me that they're not going to. Either my neighbor swiped it, the cleaning crew swiped it, or they did a shitty job looking and it's bounced back and forth across the world a few times and somebody has, likely, by now swiped it.
Eins: I've suspended the phone line, and as it's a CDMA product won't function in most places outside the US anyway. HOWEVER, it's a fucking smartphone and has access to my Google cloud. I can imagine that there is also important information cached somewhere inside this phone, such as passwords. Can anybody advise on how I should resolve this security matter, assuming I don't ever get the phone back?
Zwei: The woman is buying me a new phone for my birthday in one month when I can get promo pricing again. Will be staying with Verizon. Droid 2 or Droid X?
...change your passwords?