ThinkFlood closes shop, brings RedEye universal remote down with it

ThinkFlood closes shop, brings RedEye universal remote down with it

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New Fans of ThinkFlood might want to shed a few tears today, as the company has just announced it's closing its doors. As a reminder, ThinkFlood was responsible for the RedEye universal remote control system that allowed any smartphone or web-connected device to control everything from a home theatre to...
ThinkFlood closes shop, brings RedEye universal remote down with it
                                       

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