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Security systems, cars, homes, appliances: everything modern, seemingly, has a remote control.
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Google may have a self-driving car in the lab.
But Chinese automotive company BYD has a car you can buy today … with an actual, real, operational remote control.
PrimeSense has its 3D motion-sensing chips in Microsoft’s Kinect hands-free controls for the Xbox 360. But that’s just the beginning of using your body motions to control your entertainment.
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.
The plucky startup Peel, which recently launched an iPhone app to help you find things to watch on TV, is making a big step forward today by launching hardware that will turn its app into a powerful universal remote control.
One third of living rooms in the US and over half of those in UK, France and Australia have four or more devices that need remote controls. So says a survey from universal-remote maker Logitech.