A collection of new celebrity chefs are taking the licensing world by storm with their dynamic personalities and unique product extensions.
Travel lifestyle brand Tumi has tapped Incipio to develop a range of mobile device accessories in a new, multi-year licensing agreement.
Nickelodeon has launched a "Nick Jr." app for the new Apple Watch, designed to be used in the tandem with "Nick Jr." iOS app for greater parental control.
Forbes Media has licensed its name to rFactr to brand the new social media management system as the Forbes SocialPort.
SMS Audio, the audio accessories brand from rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, has announced two new licensing deals with Reebok and Marvel.
Fashion designer Kenneth Cole has paired with the Geneva Watch Group for a new line of smartwatches that will hit stores in April.
Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer has partnered with Google and Intel to launch a smartwatch that will be powered by Intel software and uses the Android Wear platform.
Classic gaming company Atari has launched its new wellness app, "Atari Fit," for iOS and Android devices.
LMCA has brokered a worldwide licensing agreement with the Camelion Battery Co. of Shenzhen, China, for Westinghouse Electric Corp.-branded batteries.
Google has opened its first-ever brick-and-mortar store, called the Google Shop, at Currys PC World in London’s Tottenham Court Road shopping district.
Transporation company Uber has teamed with Fuhu, the creator of the Nabi kids' tablet, to launch the UberFamily rideshare service.
Lawless Entertainment is teaming with Zapexa to create digital emoticons featuring the Little Suzy’s Zoo brand.
Halo Consumer Products has teamed up with four new licensees for products inspired by the "Halo" video game franchise.
Big Tent Entertainment and Pebble Technology have joined forces to bring Internet fan favorite Domo to Pebble watches.
Shoppers are taking their time in hopes of deeper discounts over the Thanksgiving weekend and late in the season, according to National Retail Federation.
Research firm Bell Pottinger has predicted the top digital trends of 2015 based on their popularity this year and online mentions.
Here’s a breakdown of 15 trends to watch this year–five licensors, five categories and five properties.
Media company Univision Communications has teamed up with T-Mobile U.S. to launch a wireless service created specifically for Hispanic Americans.
Fans of the Star Trek franchise can now pre-order the new Star Trek Original Phaser universal remote control from Firebox.
Audio company BassBuds has launched a range of official Premier League team-branded in-ear headphones and Bluetooth portable speakers.
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