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Philips Lighting Rebrands As ‘Signify' But Keeps Product Names

2 monthes ago   |   By Android Headlines

After spinning itself off as its own company in 2016, Philips Lighting has now made the decision to change its name to Signify, the firm said earlier this week. However, there won't be any change for those who own Signify's products, as of this writing. In fact, for the foreseeable future, the company plans to continue using the Philips name for all of its products in every region in which it operates, meaning the popular Philips Hue smart lighting solutions will all remain the same - saving owners the trouble of having to search out products that have been rebranded when their bulbs...
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