Comic-Con came again, and with it the total transformation of San Diego, Calif., into a pop culture wonderland.
After more than five years leading the company, Mikael Hed will step down as chief executive officer of Rovio Jan. 1.
"Toyze," an app for creating 3D-printed customizable character toys, has signed a licensing agreement with the developers of the popular app pet Pou.
Digital games company Miniclip and American Greetings Properties have co-created a mobile game based on Strawberry Shortcake titled “Berry Rush.”
DC Thomson has launched a new monthly children’s magazine that focuses on multi-platform gaming and entertainment.
Magic Light Pictures has launched the first game app for the classic picture book The Gruffalo.
StoryToys has released 3D pop-up activity app based on the Poppy Cat franchise and developed in collaboration with Coolabi and The Kindly Ones Productions.
Scholastic Parent & Child magazine has launched "KidQ," a free mobile app that facilitates conversation about the things that kids are curious about.
Rovio will preview its upcoming “Angry Birds Stella” mobile game exclusively at Barnes & Noble stores from Aug. 29 to Sept. 3.
Speakaboos has launched a range of new titles from The Jim Henson Company, HIT Entertainment and Scholastic Media/WestonWoods.
A localized version of King Digital Entertainment's hit mobile game "Candy Crush Saga," is now available for players in China.
Appliance brand Whirlpool has released a new mobile app designed to make doing laundry easy and fun.
Ludorum has teamed up again with Budge Studios to launch a second preschool app based on the TV series, “Chuggington.”
Egmont U.K. has signed on as publishing partner for the mobile game “My Singing Monsters,” developed by Big Blue Bubble.
DHX Media has appointed Cupcake Digital to develop a series of children’s apps inspired by the “Yo Gabba Gabba!” TV series.
Happy Socks has launched its first children’s collaboration with Toca Boca’s kids’ app, “Toca Kitchen Monsters.”
Nurture Rights has engaged The Little Big Partnership to create digital offerings for its new preschool brand, Dinosaur Roar!.
Cupcake Digital and DHX Media have launched the “Yo Gabba Gabba! Party in My Tummy” activity app.
HarperCollins Publishers U.S. and U.K. and Google's Niantic Labs are planning a multi-media program that will be based on the YA trilogy Endgame.
Paws, Inc. has tapped Bare Tree Media to create a series of online and mobile products for Garfield under a new master digital licensing agreement.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment has released the first Tree Fu Tom app, based on the CBeebies TV series.
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