SOURCE: ThinkFlood, Inc

RedEye Universal Remote Control Systems by ThinkFlood

December 10, 2010 06:00 ET

RedEye Remotes Named a Top 10 Most Interesting Mobile Solution

ThinkFlood to Present RedEye During MassTLC Mobility Summit Today at Microsoft NERD Center

WALTHAM, MA--(Marketwire - December 10, 2010) - ThinkFlood (, maker of RedEye universal remote control products, announced that the RedEye universal remote control system will be presented today as one of Boston's "10 most interesting mobile solutions" during a Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council (MassTLC) event at the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge.

The MassTLC ( Mobility Summit will bring together technologists, mobile carriers, users and advisors for a half-day interactive discussion on how the mobile industry must unite to face some of the sector's most challenging questions and issues.

"The whole concept behind the RedEye product line is turning the various mobile computing devices around us into controllers for our world," said Matt Eagar, ThinkFlood founder and president. "We're glad that MassTLC is working to bring together other companies and customers who recognize the promise in these handheld devices."

RedEye hardware along with the RedEye application, a free download from iTunes (, adds infrared capability to iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, giving customers complete control over their home theater and many other devices that use infrared signals.

ThinkFlood recently announced major updates to the software companion to their RedEye line of universal remote controls hardware including the ability to control devices from computer and mobile web browsers, a full-color hi-res channel guide and full-screen support for iPad devices.

Event Information:

MassTLC Mobility Summit: Ubiquitous Connectivity -- The Impact of Mobile
Friday, December 10, 2010, 7:30am-1:00pm
Microsoft NERD Center, Cambridge, MA

About ThinkFlood

ThinkFlood ( designs and develops remote control hardware and software. Its RedEye line of universal remote control products for mobile phones, MP3 players and tablets offers features and functionality previously available only in remotes priced several times as much. ThinkFlood is a privately held company headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.

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