These former U.S. citizens made lots of money in the land of the free, then headed overseas
China's Web usage has grown significantly over the past year and now 298 million Chinese citizens are online.
Company co-founder who, it was recently revealed, renounced his U.S. citizenship says the decision had nothing to do with the blockbuster IPO and taxes.
Under increasing pressure to pay taxes after IPO, Facebook co-founder says he will "pay any taxes due on everything I earned while a U.S. citizen."
Thomas Dullien (better known as "Halvar Flake") is denied entry to the U.S. because he was planning to attend the Black Hat conference as a private citizen and was thus subject to H-1B visa regulations.
This week we are sans Nicole, but for a very good reason: She became an official U.S. citizen today! Frankly, there hasn't been a ton of cell phone news over the past few days, but we know it's just the calm before the storm. The storm being CTIA Spring 2010. Still, Kent, Jason, and I find plenty to talk about, including our wishes for the iPhone 4G and ways Android beats the iPhone right now. Plus, we take a tour of Sony Ericsson's new user experience platform and try to answer more of your Windows Phone 7 Series questions. You can find it all here on Dialed In Episode 118.
First if you're a U.S. citizen, then go vote on Tuesday. Second, feel the pride of what we suspect to be our country's lead in space junk. We also cover the new Nehalem processor details and uncover a few more details about Windows 7.
DonorsChoose.org connects teachers and citizen philanthropists through its site. The program has just gone national to include every public school in the U.S.
As the U.K. government looks to set up a national registry of adults, some in the U.S. are warning of the dangers of a national ID system.
A poll finds widespread support for a ban on "uncrackable" encryption products, following proposals in Congress to tighten restrictions on software that scrambles data.