Logitech, best known for its computer peripherals, apparently has some sort of Android-powered product in the pipeline, according to a recent job posting.
They're looking for "a super-star engineer with the ability to design and implement world-class Android applications that delight customers and provide break-through functionality. As part of the Digital Home Group, the applicant will be "defining a ground-breaking new product that will give users access to a broader range of media than ever before. The applications you develop will be where the magic happens, where powerful system capabilities become entertaining user experiences."
OK. No telling, really, what it could be. But it might go nicely with your Android-powered microwave oven. [Logitech via Engadget]
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