Logitech slashes Google TV price; Apple TV doing better

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> Logitech sharply drops the price of its Google TV devices, from $249 to $99, after reports of overwhelming returns. Article

> Apple TV devices are selling at a rate of about a half million per quarter. Article

> Motorola Mobility, the part of the company that makes set-top boxes, posted a net loss in the second quarter of $56 million. Article

And finally... Nielsen, Kantar forge deal for DirecTV audience measurement data. Article

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