Dec. 18, 2012 - M-Edge, a designer of tablet, smartphone, and e-reader accessories, today launched an expanded line of cases for iPhone 5. M-Edge products are currently available at medgestore.com as well as at retailers nationwide including Best Buy, Target, Staples and various wireless carriers. ctive accessories for e-readers. This is the latest expansion to M-Edge's lines of on-trend, innovative and high-quality accessories for devices on the market, such as iPad, iPhone, Kindle and Nook.
Read more: M-Edge Launches New Case Styles for iPhone 5
Dec. 17, 2012 - Nickelodeon and FLuD announced today a partnership to create a series of limited-edition t-shirts and watches inspired by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The line features interpretive designs by artists including, Ron English, one of New York's most prolific artists. All pieces from this collection are available now via FLuD's online shop and finer boutiques nationwide.
Read more: Nickelodeon And FLuD Team Up To Release Limited-Edition Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles-Inspired...
Dec. 17, 2012 - InComm, a leading prepaid product and transaction services provider, together with general merchandise retailer Dollar General, today announced the launch of Microsoft Xbox LIVE via PIN-on-receipt delivery across the retailer's stores, making it easier for consumers to purchase Xbox LIVE points and Xbox LIVE Gold Memberships at Dollar General stores, through InComm's recently launched Digital Delivery Application (DDA).
Read more: InComm and Dollar General Launch Microsoft Xbox LIVE Prepaid PIN on Receipt Service
Dec. 17, 2012 - Stella Artois, the world's best-selling Belgian beer, announced today that its innovative holiday greeting app, Holiday Carole - actress Alive Eve - has sung on six continents and poured a full Chalice of Stella Artois every thirty seconds since her journey began in late November. The Stella Artois Holiday Carole Facebook app is the most sophisticated take on the holiday-card tradition, which began in mid-nineteenth-century London. Unlike its printed forebears, the Stella Artois holiday card is fully digital and interactive. Enter a friend's name and home address, and Holiday Carole takes a digital journey to the friend's home, via video, in the backseat of a stylish Citroen DS. Carole presents the recipient – virtually – with a song, a holiday greeting and a limited-edition bottle of Stella Artois. The video is populated with real-life street scenes drawn from Google Street View, rendering a magical mix of reality and fantasy.
Read more: Stella Artois Holiday Carole App Surging in Popularity
Dec. 14, 2012 - The Snapware brand today announced a collaboration with Chef Emeril Lagasse to bring order to kitchen chaos with Emeril by Snapware via multichannel retailer HSN. To celebrate National Organization Month and football's biggest game day, the Get Organized and Get to the Big Game Sweepstakes delivers solutions, recipes and a chance for one fan to visit New Orleans to watch every snap of the big game February 3, 2013.
Read more: Snapware and Emeril Lagasse Team Up to Make Party Planning a Snap
Dec. 14, 2012 - RetailMeNot.com, the largest online coupon site in the United States, today released another holiday edition of its Shoppers Trend Report (STR), revealing findings from a poll conducted by The Omnibus Company on how much holiday gift shopping consumers have completed so far and factors that influence their purchasing decisions. Conducted between December 3rd and December 10th, 2012 among 1,106 U.S. residents, the survey indicates that 55% of holiday shoppers still have half of their gift purchases to make, 14% of holiday shoppers have yet to complete any of their shopping and males are more likely than females to have not started shopping (17% versus 11%).
Read more: RetailMeNot Report: 55% of Holiday Shoppers Still Have Half of Their Gift Purchases to Make
Dec. 14, 2012 - A new survey of online shoppers revealed consumers have higher expectations of online shopping than ever before. ShopRunner, which brings together a network of retailers to deliver powerful shopping services, conducted the survey to understand today's online shopping drivers and found that consumers are not concerned solely about free shipping on purchases, but free return shipping is increasingly at the forefront of their needs.
Read more: ShopRunner Survey: 81% of Online Shoppers Not Likely to Purchase Again From Retailers Who Charge...
Dec. 13, 2012 - The digital publishing startup Byliner announced today a collaboration with The New York Times for a series of co-produced e-shorts that play to the Times's longstanding reportorial strengths in culture, politics, sports, business, science, and health and feature some of its finest writers. The collaboration will yield up to a dozen New York Times / Byliner Originals in the next year. Most will be entirely new stories not available in the paper or at NYTimes.com, while others will occasionally grow out of related Times reporting. These Originals, ranging between 10,000 and 20,000 words, are written to be read in a single sitting.
The first co-published title, Snow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek, by Times reporter John Branch, will be released this Monday, December 17. In it, Branch tells the harrowing narrative of a group of world-class skiers caught in a deadly avalanche in Washington State. It expands significantly on an article that will publish in Monday's paper.
Read more: The New York Times Collaborates with Byliner on a Line of Original Short E-Books
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