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 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.
DecalGirl has signed a licensing deal with Disney and Disney Pixar to create electronics skins featuring more than 30 of the studios’ properties.
Of second-screen users, 79 percent access a second device while watching TV programming.
Licensed properties were prominent on the CES show floor with brands like Polaroid and Star Wars presenting their newest products and partnerships.
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.
Rapper 50 Cent’s SMS Audio unveiled a new line of limited edition Star Wars-branded headphones at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.
Rovio Entertainment has partnered with PowerA for a range of technology accessories in North America.
According to a recent survey conducted by research group NPD, most households own a mobile device in some form, with children becoming increasingly tech savvy. Does this open the category to more product opportunities than ever before?
Audiofly has launched a new range of in-ear headphones in collaboration with DJ and producer Tiesto at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
D3M Licensing Group has teamed up with IK Multimediaor a Flo Rida microphone and music creation app.
Turner CN Enterprises and Spanish toy company Famosa have released the new Boing kids’ tablet in Spain.
The U.S. Army has joined forces with Xentris Wireless for a new line of branded mobile cases that made their debut at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.
Mimoco has teamed up with Comedy Central to feature “Workaholics” and other CC properties in a new line of USB flash drives.
Samsung Telecommunications America and the NBA have announced a multi-year marketing and technology partnership.
Sony Computer Entertainment is giving fans a first look at its new streaming game service at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.
Mimoco has redesigned one of the first designer USB flash drives it created, featuring Lucafilm’s Chewbacca.
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