Category: Mobile and Wireless
Technicolor appoints Magic Ruby to create a second screen experience for their all new CGI action adventure series, “The Deep.”
Silver Dolphin launches an all new app, “The Trip – Little Critter Reading Adventure,” available for iOS, Android, Nook and Kindle platforms.
Chocolate Liberation Front announces new global deals for “The Adventures for Figaro Pho” and the release of an app based on the show for iOS and Android devices.
Fuhu’s award-winning nabi Jr. tablet features apps, games, videos and more from hit Nickelodeon preschool series, “Dora the Explorer,” “Team Umizoomi” and “Bubble Guppies.”
Gaumont Animation signs a digital deal with BulkyPix to produce an app for iOS and Android based on the animated series “Calimero.”
The Finnish mobile developer behind gaming hit “Angry Birds,” teams up with DreamWorks Animation on a new mobile game based on the upcoming 3D animated feature, “The Croods.”
After initial exploratory efforts across the breadth of the cross-platform game development community, many reluctantly admit that HTML5 remains a promise for the future, not a current reality.
FOX launches a new digital content syndication network that will distribute FOX’s custom sync-to-broadcast experiences to other second-screen TV app providers.
The newly-launched “Nick App” features over 1,000 pieces of Nick content, including original short-form video, games and full-length episodes, allowing kids to watch and play Nick in a whole new way.
Artist-led East Side Games launches a new version of Dragon UP, the mobile game that's all about hatching and raising dragons in a variety of flavors, and sending them on quests to find gold and treasure.
Nickelodeon announces the nominees for the 2013 Kid’s Choice Awards which will be hosted by Josh Duhamel on March 23.
Gameloft and Universal announce the release of a “Despicable Me” game for iOS and Android platforms.
The International 3D Society honors Innoventive Software with two Lumiere Technology Awards at the 4th Annual Creative Arts Awards.
Frima Studio and Moonscoop announce a partnership to produce a show based on the mobile game “Squids.”
Neil Patrick Harris and Donald Glover guest star in the new “Adventure Time” episode, “Bad Little Boy,” on Monday, Feb. 18 at 7:30 p.m. (ET, PT).
It takes guts to quit a good job to launch a company, especially during the worst economy since the Great Depression. But that’s what George Christopher and Suresh Kumar did in late 2011.