Category: Mobile and Wireless
Toon Boom Animation and the iheed Institute announce a new partnership that builds on the launch of iheedCrowd.
Coolabi’s announces the debut of the highly anticipated "Poppy Cat" app produced by Coolabi and UK animators Studio Liddell.
JumpStart announced that it is developing online and mobile learning adventures for kids featuring well known animation franchises for the first time.
Rovio Entertainment and Lucasfilm announce new blockbuster entertainment franchise collaboration, “Angry Birds Star Wars.”
Institute establishes online space, engaging the animation community to create the next generation of global health education and training content.
AT New Media announces details of a new agreement that will let fans send personalized "Hungry Shark" mobile messages.
Vodka Capital and Televisa Home Entertainment enter into a strategic partnership and co-production agreement for “Bugsted.”
When looking to integrate voice controls to mobile apps, developers are faced with a growing and often bewildering array of implementation options. To help sort through the technology and design options, we recently spoke with Ben Lilienthal, co-founder and CEO of OneTok, a new company that aims to make it easier and cheaper for developers to speech-enable their apps.
Crowdfunding on sites like Kickstarter has taken off as a financing vehicle for a variety of projects, from music albums to software. Crowdfunding may sound like an apps-to-riches story. But executing a crowdfunding campaign isn’t as simple as it may sound.
Amazon Studios turns supernatural horror tale “Blackburn Burrow” into digital comic to test story with audiences.
Keynote address, "We Survived 13 Years in The Dumbest Business, and Still Going," to provide a hilarious and cutting-edge look at how these digital pioneers created and monetized a global phenomenon.
The Jim Henson Company releases an interactive app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch based on the company’s PAJANIMALS preschool series.
TELETOON’s gaming universe has expanded again with the launch of Humans VS Vampires for iPhone and iPod Touch, which comes hot on the heels of Find the Earl for iPad, a Skatoony app that launched earlier this summer.
Later this month, five of the world’s largest mobile operators plan to launch a virtual app store that will let their customers buy apps from one another. For developers, one potential benefit is access to each operator’s APIs to enable operator-specific additional features without rewriting big chunks of the app for each operator.
The Glue Society unveils a brand new multi-platform entertainment concept called “Watch With Mother.”
TELETOON Canada Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of its first ever live streaming service on Videotron’s illico.tv and illico mobile beginning Wednesday, September 5.
A new free app starring Cartoon Network’s favorite action hero has shot straight to the top of the iTunes Store, achieving almost half a million downloads in its first month.
Real-time strategy (RTS) games have had lasting appeal on PCs, and now the genre is moving to mobile devices. Needless to say, the shift from large displays to much smaller ones creates design challenges for RTS game makers.
Augmented reality and mobile apps have met before, but some developers contend that the next encounters will produce an even more sophisticated class of technology.
Mind Candy announces the release of “Moshi Monsters: Moshlings Theme Park” for Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DS, available October 30, 2012.