Analyst: 15-20% of all iPhone sales in 2010 to be sold in China

Apple is geared to see huge profits next year with analysts predicting the company will sell somewhere between five and seven million iPhones in China in 2010 as a result of its deal with the country's second-largest mobile carrier. Read Full Article here.

Hacker in U.S. identity theft case to plead guilty

The man accused of masterminding the largest identity theft in U.S. history agreed to plead guilty to related charges, according to court papers filed in Boston federal court on Friday. Read Full Article here.

Intel Raises Sales Forecast

Intel Corp., the world’s biggest chipmaker, raised its sales forecast for this quarter, proving that personal-computer demand is recovering. Read Full Article here.

U.S. unveils new rules on border searches of laptops

The Obama administration unveiled new rules on Thursday for searching computers and other electronic devices when people enter the United States, attempting to address concerns about violating privacy and constitutional rights. Read Full Article here.