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Sonos hardware Controller killed by smartphones

TheVerge - Sonos just brought an end to the dedicated hardware controller for its wireless music systems. Starting June 1st, Sonos will no longer sell the Control, aka CR200 remote control. Sonos customers will instead have to rely upon the bevy of free software controllers the company makes available for PCs and Macs, and Android and iOS phones and tablets. Here's how Sonos founder and CEO, John MacFarlane calls it.

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Sonos controller gets update for improved music experience on iOS & Android

Pocket-Lint: The Sonos Controller has received an update for both the iPhone and iPad as well as on Android tablets. Version 3.8.1 brings several new features depending on what operating system you use Sonos to listen to music.

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Pocket-Lint: Sonos Controller for Android Honeycomb pictures and hands-on

Pocket-Lint: Sonos has released a new version of its Android remote control application that adds support for Honeycomb tablets, better Spotify integration and a few other bonus features. The updated Sonos Controller for Android is available now on the Android Market for free.

In addition, a new version of the Sonos system software has also been released, which owners can install through a one button update process.

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