From licensing opportunities at retail to curbing app overuse, we round-up some interesting articles from the web

Calvin Harris, LEGO and Grand Theft Auto 5 – News from around the web

If a career in the bike trade has left you slightly cash-strapped then you might want to consider a spot of DJing on the side. Why? Well the (admittedly world-famous) DJ Calvin Harris has been named by Forbes magazine as the world’s best paid DJ, earning a cool £30million in the last 12 months. 

Read all about the lucky so-and-so, er highly talented DJ, at Music Week.

Licensing is hardly an alien concept to the bicycle industry, with the likes of Star Wars and Animal Planet linking with bike businesses, but is there potential for much more? Tackling the world of licensing more generally than just bikes, this opinion piece discusses how licensed brands can tap into their potential at retail

Read the full piece at

The possibilities for reusing popular childrens toy LEGO are endless and new site Rebrickable provides help to youngsters and those young at heart on how to do that.

Full story at

Also in the children’s arena, concerns over smartphone usage by those of tender years are reaching a high point in the media. The BBC, with many IP’s applicable to kids, has its own take on the situation.

Read all about that on Mobile Entertainment.

Anyone with only a passing interest in video gaming will likely be aware of the impending release of one of the year’s most-awaited titles – Grand Theft Auto 5. There’s plenty of trailers, screenshots and similar ilk buzzing around the ‘net, much of which has been rounded up over on one of our sister sites.

Take a look at that on PCR.

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