A Chinese man poses for a photograph outside Apple's flagship store in Beijing
A Chinese man poses for a photograph outside Apple's flagship store in Beijing February 8, 2011. China has Apple's highest-grossing stores worldwide less than three years after it opened is first one in Beijing. UPI/Stephen Shaver
A Chinese toy company has released preview images of its latest creation, an action figure of late Apple founder Steve Jobs who died in October.
Mobile app downloads hit a record high in the last week of 2011 with more than a billion downloads, a U.S. mobile analytics company says.
Apple Inc.'s head designer Jonathan Ive, a Briton, is being awarded a rare perk. He is to be knighted, he has confirmed.
While Apple is still selling millions of the iPad 2 tablet, speculation is already swirling about an iPad 3, tech industry observers say.
Recession-era stock prices are now haunting U.S. taxpayers in the form of stock options that allow corporations significant tax deductions, records show.
A British mother said she was shocked when an iPhone 4S at a Tesco store told her 12-year-old son to "shut up" with a four-letter profanity.
Steve Jobs, the founder of U.S. technology giant Apple Inc., has been awarded a Grammy posthumously, The Recording Academy said.
U.S. broadcast journalist Barbara Walters has declared the late Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs the Most Fascinating Person of 2011.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is the people's choice for Time magazine's person of the year and also led Time's poll as the least popular figure.
A heroic 6-year-old boy from Berne, N.Y., crawled out of the wreckage of a car following an accident to save his mother, officials say.