The Chinese maker of the poseable Jobs figure was apparently threatened with legal action for using the late CEO's likeness and the company's trademarks.
The iPhone 4S smartphone is flying off the shelves and already there is talk about the next version of Apple's popular iPad tablet.
Creatives at Adobe's MAX 2011 event in Los Angeles respond to Adobe's purchase of two highly-regarded web platforms.
Updated Flash Player adds 64-bit support for Mac OS X and advanced audio compression codec; AIR 3 technologies support advanced graphics rendering and high-definition video.
The number of projects being developed for iOS devices has jumped this year, while Android's share of the market has dropped, according to analysts.
New published patents give a glimpse of how rumored voice control system in iOS 5 could work.
Taiwan's TSMC has started trial manufacturing of next generation A6 chips for Apple.
After getting Europe on its playlist, the music service is finally available to listeners in America.
A report says backlit keys will join a string of hardware enhancements planned for the new 11.6- and 13.3-inch notebooks, which could debut during the week of July 21.
LogMeIn has just updated its remote access app, Ignition, allowing iOS users to transfer multimedia files over the Internet.
Adobe Digital Publishing Suite supports tablets running Android as well as RIM PlayBook and iOS tablet devices.
The Opera web browser has become the first non-native browser made available in Apple's Mac App Store, but only for those over 17 years of age.
Reuters is reporting that China Mobile has claimed that Steve Jobs has expressed interest in developing an iPhone based on the Chinese carrier's network standard.
The Khronos Group has released the final WebGL 1.0 specification to enable hardware-accelerated 3D graphics in HTML5 Web browsers without the need for plug-ins.