Logitech is also introducing two new gaming mouse pads.
The idea of a decent gamepad controller for the iPhone is something that many gamers — casual or otherwise — are bound to be happy about.
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With eight new products, Logitech is making its biggest push into PC gaming in 20 years.
After posting an operating loss of $180 million, the hardware company is getting out of the console-peripheral market.
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iPad and iPhone accessory maker Discovery Bay Games has raised $15 million in its second round of funding, with a goal of creating better gaming experiences on those devices, the company announced Tuesday.
Logitech is unveiling its Logitech Cube device today on the eve of next week’s Consumer Electronics Show. Stand back, folks, as this device is “redefining the way we interact with the digital world.”
For those of you letting your Logitech Revue collect dust on a neglected shelf next to the DVD player, it’s time to break out the feather duster.
Google is said to be giving its Google TV operating system another push. The search giant is teaming up with manufacturer LG on a new television that will be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, according to a new Bloomberg report.
Hardware company Logitech won’t be producing new or refreshed Google TV set-top boxes in the future, reports The Verge.
Lots of people use their iPads as companions when they surf TV channels. But Logitech‘s Harmony Link device takes that one step further, turning the iPad or smartphone itself into a one-touch remote control for your TV.
Logitech is launching a couple of cool expansion items for the Apple iPad: a joystick for games and a fold-up keyboard for the iPad 2.
Logitech CEO Gerald Quindlen announced that he’s stepping down from his role at the company this morning, following a sluggish first quarter earnings report.