As he celebrates 30 years with Toys ‘R’ Us, this merchandising executive is still looking for the next hot product and newest trends that will keep the specialty retailer at the top of its game.
Pink Chillies has partnered with Playrific, publishers of children’s apps, for the “Pink Chillies: Magical Elephant Game.”
YouTube and Halfbrick, the Australian game developer behind mobile game “Fruit Ninja,” will produce a slate of original content for YouTube.
Boomerang has released “Make and Race,” the latest mobile app, in EMEA and Latin America.
Disney Consumer Products released its gift guide featuring a cross section of new and exclusive products that will hit retail shelves this holiday season.
Novelty retailer Spencer's will carry a “Batman: Arkham Knight”-inspired clothing collection to coincide with the video game launch.
Hong Kong-based company Animoca Brands is kicking off festivities for Garfield’s 37th birthday with the launch of two new official game apps.
SmileyWorld is collaborating with Uunique London, operated by Aegis Vision, to create a range of fashion mobile device accessories.
Bare Tree Media has launched a universal emoji keyboard app that offers fans access to multiple brands within a single keyboard.
Children’s app creator Night & Day Studios has licensed the Care Bears brand from American Greetings Properties.
Children’s app maker Night & Day Studios will design, develop and launch the first-ever “Octonauts” apps under a license from Silvergate Media.
Internet media company Kabam has released its free-to-play game “Fast & Furious 6: The Game” on Facebook, under an agreement with Universal Partnerships & Licensing.
Already available on XBox One and PC, the video game "Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare" arrives on Playstation4 this month, with a toy line following in September.
After more than five years leading the company, Mikael Hed will step down as chief executive officer of Rovio Jan. 1.
SeaWorld Kids has launched a collection of three mobile games designed to engage the imaginations of preschool- and elementary-aged children.
Rovio Entertainment has partnered with Worldreader and Room to Read, two literacy charities, for a series of books featuring its new Angry Birds Stella brand.
Cupcake Digital and DHX Media will release a new kids app, “A Very Yo Gabba Gabba! Christmas.”
Genius Brands International has named PBS Distribution as the home entertainment (DVD, CD and digital) partner for its Baby Genius library.
Outfit7 Limited, the company behind the Talking Tom and Friends apps, has launched the 15th app in the series, "My Talking Angela."
Game developer Atari is planning a mobile fitness app that incorporates its classic video games such as "Pong" and "Centipede" into exercise routines.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO Group have released a mobile version of "The LEGO Movie Video Game."
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