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Logitech has long led the industry in wireless technology, with a mouse and keyboard sure to be found in most offices and homes in America. Now they’re launching pushing into new wireless territory with the TV Cam HD, a webcam that can be mounted on your home theater system.
how many remotes most of you have, but Logitech apparently found in its recent study that half of all living rooms have four or more remotes and as we all know, they're constantly getting lost. According to the study, nearly half the time they're just buried deep within the recesses of the couch, while the bathroom and dresser drawer tied for the next most common places for a remote to end up at eight percent. In the fridge and outside rounded out the top five so now we're wondering, where's the weirdest place you've ever found your remote control hiding out?
Logitech asks where all the lost TV remotes are eventually found originally appeared on Engadget HD on Fri, 18 Mar 2011 16:23:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink | Email this | Comments
07/10/2010 - Logitech Delivers Google TV to Living Rooms
Logitech unveiled Logitech Revue with Google TV, a compact, plug-and-play companion box with its Logitech Keyboard Controller, which together provide control over the Google TV experience and home-entertainment devices. The company’s portfolio of products for Google TV also includes the Logitech TV Cam and Vid HD service for HD video calling, Mini Controller as well as other applications designed for the Google TV platform.
24/06/2009 - Logitech prepping Squeezebox updates
Filed under: Media streamersCashing in on the all-things-touchscreen craze, word comes to us from ZatzNotFunny that Logitech will be bringing updates to its Squeezebox lineup which include refreshed Boom and Duet specs and the all-new pictured "Squeezebox Touch." A bit redundant on the name, isn't that, Logitech? We'll also overlook the fact that "Squeezebox Touch" makes us think of something decidedly Chumby-ish, as details on the line updates are thin and the name could change. Either way, the device is definitely lacking in hard buttons, which is more to go on than the FCC line art of whatever Sonos is conjuring up with its CR200 controller.Read | Permalink | Email this | Comments
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