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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 24, 2013

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 24, 2013

Welcome to Thursday evening everyone. Today we heard Samsung might sell as many as 10 million Galaxy S IV handsets after the device launches, which is supposedly happening later this year. We also heard J.J. Abrams might direct the next Star Wars movie, despite the fact that he said he wouldn't in an interview last year. Microsoft delivered its financial report for Q2 2013 today, posting $6.38 billion in profit, while AT&T's own reported showed a net loss of $3.9 billion. Samsung Display said today that it has produced 300 million OLED panels, and ABI Research is predicting that 145 million tablets will be shipped in 2013.

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Logitech makes itself clear: “We are NOT exiting PC gaming”

Logitech makes itself clear: “We are NOT exiting PC gaming”

Last night, Logitech reported their Q3 2012 earnings, and things didn't look so good. The company reported an operating loss of $180 million with sales down 14% from last year. As a result, Logitech announced quite a few changes coming to its product lineup, including the dismantling of its console gaming peripherals. However, CEO Bracken Darrell clarified that the Harmony business is not shutting down, but will rather be put up for sale. The company also noted that they're still focused on PC peripherals, such as the G-series line of gaming keyboards and mice.

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Logitech’s poor Q3 financial results prompt it to divest its remote controls business

Logitech’s poor Q3 financial results prompt it to divest its remote controls business

Logitech's Q3 financial report has been published, and the results are cringe-worthy, with the company suffering a $180 million operating loss. Sales have fallen a sharp 14-percent since last year, and as a result, the company has been forced to make some drastic changes to pull out of its nosedive. Among the changes includes the divestment of its remote control division.

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Logitech K725-C keyboard adds VoIP Caller ID screen and controls

Logitech K725-C keyboard adds VoIP Caller ID screen and controls

Logitech has outed a new keyboard, the UC Solution for Cisco 725-C, complete with dedicated VoIP controls and a caller ID display. The new 'board - which Logitech says pairs up neatly with its C920-C webcam and M525-C wireless mouse - is designed specifically to work with Cisco's Jabber service, allowing users to throw out their desk phone and instead handle incoming and outgoing calls, voicemails, and more from their PC peripherals.

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Logitech outs Easy-Switch Keyboard for Mac/iPad/iPhone trio and BT Trackpad

Logitech outs Easy-Switch Keyboard for Mac/iPad/iPhone trio and BT Trackpad

Logitech has revealed a pair of new peripherals, the Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard and Rechargeable Trackpad for Mac, each working with Apple's Mac and iOS ranges. The Easy-Switch Keyboard can pair with up to three devices simultaneously, with a button to flick between them, so that you can swiftly jump from typing on your iMac, iPhone, and then iPad; plus, there's backlit keys, just like you'd find on a MacBook.

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