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Logitech Harmony shows a new way to automate smart homes

You may have heard of countless "Internet of Things" appliances and gadgets from the likes of Nest, Honeywell, or Phillips and may even own a few of them. Keeping them all under rein, especially when coming from different brands, might be more work than you're prepared to do. Enter Logitech's update Harmony lineup, which promises to maker your smart home even smarter.

Logitech K480 Bluetooth keyboard works for Android, computer, and iOS

Logitech has announced a new multi-device keyboard that is called the Logitech Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480. The keyboard is designed to work with three devices, with different operating systems. Logitech says that the K480 supports Windows, Mac, and Chrome OS computers as well as Android devices and iOS.

Belkin, Logitech release accessories for Samsung Galaxy Tab S

Just a day after Samsung unveiled their top-of-the-line tablets, the Galaxy Tab S, gadget accessory manufacturers Belkin and Logitech are already leveraging on the new Samsung tablets by selling their own accessories for these. The Galaxy Tab S comes in two variants, the 10.5-inch and the 8.4-inch, and also come with their own premium accessories, but Belkin and Logitech it seems were fastest to the trigger in putting out their own accessories for Samsung’s new tablet line.

Ultimate Ears’ Mini Boom Bluetooth speaker available soon

Ultimate Ears, a subsidiary of Logitech, recently announced an upgrade to their popular Logitech UE Mobile Boombox speaker. The all new Mini Boom is a powerful addition to the lineup, and packs a lot of the same great features as the original. With Bluetooth pairing, and an impressive battery life of 10 hours, you’re sure to want one (or more) for every room.

LG, Samsung and Vizio will all release Google TV hardware this year

We've been saying that Google TV needs a lot more partners if it's going to make it and boy howdy, Google's come through. In a post on the official Google TV blog, they've announced a series of new hardware partners including some very familiar names, like LG, Samsung and Vizio, all of whom will release Google TV powered devices sometime in 2012. Chipset makers Marvell and MediaTek were also announced, as well as the sole returning Google TV manufacturer, Sony.

Logitech Z515 Bluetooth Speaker Review

One of the most consistent complaints against phones of all types, including Android superphones favored by most of our readers, is that they have to make due with tiny, weak speakers. That's not anyone's fault, really - devices that fit in your pocket with enough technology to make Ray Kurzweil drool have to make some sacrifices. But  to rectify this situation, especially when you're traveling or trying to share music with lots of people, an external speaker of some kind is almost a necessity. Enter Logitech's Z515, a portable battery-powered Bluetooth speaker that intends to bring big sound in a small and easy-to-move package.

Some Logitech Revue retail units sold with bricked firmware

Google TV has taken a beating in the last few months, especially Logitech's flagship Revue set top box. To add insult to injury, GTV Source reports that a considerable number of users who recently bought the Revue found that it couldn't authenticate with Google's servers, making the device a curvy and expensive paperweight. Apparently the issue is only happening to newer Revue boxes, though that's hardly a comfort to those affected.
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