Logitech keeps Harmony division of company with the announcement of the Harmony Ultimate Hub that turns an iPhone or Android device into a universal remote. In 2004, Logitech purchased Intrigue Technologies of Canada, maker of the Harmony remote control. After nine years, the company has pushed out numerous quality products under the Harmony name, including the newest device, the Harmony Ultimate Hub. Despite Harmony’s relative success, through the past nine years Logitech has seen slowing growth in the company. It had originally considered letting the company loose, however Logitech’s press release states that maintaining ownership of Harmony is in the best interest of its shareholders due to the success of the Harmony Ultimate.
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