From the skyrocketing success of digital-first properties to major shifts in the television landscape to big name brand acquisitions, here is the news that shaped 2013.
RadioShack has opened another custom concept store in Boston, Mass., near the site of the company's first retail location, which opened in 1921.
Fuhu, the creator of the Nabi kids’ tablet, has partnered with Simon Property Group to develop a technology-inspired kids’ experience, designed with DreamWorks.
Google has joined forces with Luxottica Group to design, develop and distribute a new breed of eyewear for its Glass program.
Fuhu, creator of the Nabi Android tablet, and BabyFirst teamed up to co-produce the original animated series “Albert & Junior.”
Ultimate Ears has unveiled the latest artist partnership for its line of UE Booms speakers–street artist Kenny Scharf.
RadioShack announced plans to close up to 1100 underperforming stores in the U.S. at its fourth quarter earnings report Tuesday.
Forbes has licensed its name to the Swiss-based technology company Lotaris for a new mobile payment system called Forbes Digital Commerce.
HillBilly Brand has granted U.S. Digital Media the rights to develop consumer electronics and mobile accessories under the lifestyle brand.
kathy ireland Worldwide has partnered with E-filliate to create a line of mobile technology accessories under the new brand kathy ireland Connect.
NECA’s new line of licensed cord accessories called Scalers is set to begin arriving on shelves over the next two weeks.
RadioShack has opened its first shop-within-a-shop retail space at the University of Texas at Austin Co-op as part of a new strategy.
Pretty Ugly has launched a new line of plush featuring Android-versions of Uglydoll characters, inspired by Google’s operating system.
Rapper 50 Cent’s SMS Audio unveiled a new line of limited edition Star Wars-branded headphones at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.
Kodak licensee JK Imaging will launch its first full line of Kodak Pixpro-branded digital cameras later this year.
New technological advances could very well become part of everyone's life sooner than many people would guess and certainly influence the business of brand licensing.
adidas Originals has teamed up with Monster to create a collection of high-performance headphones with the iconic look and feel of the sportswear label.
Samsung Electronics has announced plans for a new tablet built specifically for kids.
Electrolux has tapped Boxman Studios to create a mobile kitchen showroom that showcases its latest appliances.
Licensed properties were prominent on the CES show floor with brands like Polaroid and Star Wars presenting their newest products and partnerships.
Jivo Technology Ireland has launched a new line of rugged electronics accessories under the Bear Grylls brand.
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