World's first internet shopping club launches with exclusive London 2012 items.
The Froobles, Star Trek, London 2012 Olympics and more up for 2012 app awards.
Monster High and Moshi Monsters deals attract the most readers for the week ending September 7th.
Licensed toy sales have reached £6.4m in the UK, according to NPD data.
Retailer says sales are up because Olympic Games 'feel-good factor' has kicked in.
iPhone app from Neowiz becomes today's most downloaded paid-for game on App Store.
Collectable pin badges released each day during the Games; profits go to sports charity.
Cookie Monster's Call Me Maybe spoof tops our most read list.
Rules in place to prevent ‘ambush marketing’ by businesses who aren’t Olympic sponsors.
Firm is confident its London 2012 lines are set for success as orders ramp up.
Exclusive special edition line launches on July 1st.
Our biggest stories for the week ending September 2nd.
Wenlock and Mandeville featured in special comic strip in issue released today.
Former BBC Worldwide and DreamWorks exec now working on Olympic and Paralympic project team.
Extended mascot range features Wenlock and Mandeville sporting a new Union Jack look.
A to Z Maps, Magmatic, Oakley and Kinnerton among newcomers to programme.
Programme keeps growing, as the camera maker confirms it will supply official sport optics to the Games.
Largest dedicated merchandise outlet yet for the Olympics is the first to open at an airport.
She Who Dares UK and Merrythought added to merchandise programme for next year's event.
Firm's parent company, Tandem, will produce official cycling equipment and wheeled toys.