Logitech is in a bad shape and the Harmony remotes are not selling well. In the quarterly report, Logitech said that they have â€śinitiated the processâ€ť of selling the Harmony remote control division.<br /><br /><h3>Bye-bye Logitech harmony</h3>Logitechâ€™s universal Harmony remotes were once a very popular solution for people looking to clean up the living room tablet. That has changed.<br /><br />Logitech has therefore started the process of selling off its remote control division, along with the video security division. Sales of the Harmony remotes has fallen 55 % on a unit basis. Revenue has went down 24 % as the higher-priced <a href=http://www.flatpanelshd.com/review.php?subaction=showfull&id=1356078382><b>Harmony Touch</b></a> was introduced.<br /><br /><p align="center"><img class="imgresponsive" src="pictures/HarmonyOnevsTouch.jpg" alt="Logitech Harmony Touch"><br><i>Logitech will sell of its Harmony division that has spawned products such as the Harmony One and Harmony Touch</i></p><br />This will surely be seen as a loss for some consumers but as TVs and other living room devices continue to embrace the internet and the interaction with smartphones and tablets, remote controlling becomes a different, more intelligent process that to some point eliminates the need for physical remote control sticks.<br /><br />Logitech also plans to discontinue the video game console peripherals and speaker docks division. All this bad news comes on top of Logitechâ€™s <a href=http://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?subaction=showfull&id=1321265130><b>failed bet on Google TV boxes</b></a> that started the bitter decline.