Two weeks ago, my refurbished Logitech Revue stopped working. (About 18 months ago, Logitech sent the device as a replacement for the original refurbished device purchased from Amazon, which had failed.) Since that time, I've been corresponding with Logitech Support.
With Google continuing its push into the TV market and not letting Google TV die it’s hard being an early adopter of new technology. The Logitech Revue is a prime example of an early adoption device that didn’t receive much fanfare. The once $299 device dropped to just $99 in hopes that the product would move.
Still eyeing a Google TV product? Thanks to TigerDirect you can grab one of the first Google TV product in the Logitech Revue for a mere $50 (refurbished). Normally $100, you can use a coupon code (TPF73771) to get $20 off a refurbished model up front, plus a $30 rebate to bring it down to a meager $50.
You have have until October 27th to order the Revue in order to qualify for the rebate.
According to new industry data from Strategy Analytics, Android is doing pretty well.
The numbers show that the operating system shipped on roughly 85 percent of all smartphones in Q2 2014 — the total shipments came out to 295 million units worldwide.
This can’t be good news for Apple, Microsoft and Blackberry, although their numbers are most likely much better when the statistics are
Despite knowing since this past February that a significant vulnerability in Android’s security could enable cyber attackers to take over a user’s smartphone, Google (GOOG) only just provided a patch to OEMs to ship to customers, according to a ZDNet report.