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Recent articles by Roger:

Ashton Kutcher has a fix for social media outrage: Adding a dislike button

The actor and tech entrepreneur shares his thoughts on the dilemma behind some of the ugly online discourse, and how a simple addition could make a big impact. → Read More

Ashton Kutcher has a simple fix for social media rage-outs

The actor and tech entrepreneur shares his thoughts on the dilemma behind some of the ugly online discourse and talks about 5G and his philosophy on ethical investing. → Read More

Asian American representation in film is on the rise

From Marvel's Shang-Chi to Oscar-winning Minari, it's a "golden age" for Asian Americans in cinema, and that's important at a time when anti-Asian violence is surging too. → Read More

Here's a hint of what 6G might look like

One of the Qualcomm researchers behind 5G offers a glimpse at a key element of the next-next generation of wireless technology. And it's not just more speed. → Read More

This is what 6G could look like

One of the Qualcomm researchers behind 5G offers a glimpse at a key element of the next-next generation of wireless technology. It's more than speed. → Read More

Never mind 5G. This is what 6G could look like

One of the Qualcomm researchers behind 5G offers a glimpse at a key element of the next-next generation of wireless technology. It's more than speed. → Read More

LG once out-iPhoned the iPhone. Now it's exiting the phone business completely

The company couldn't get anyone to notice despite several valiant attempts. → Read More

Bold misfires and unfulfilled promise: The gripping tale of LG's rise and fall in phones

The perennial second fiddle to Samsung couldn't break through despite several valiant attempts. → Read More

LG's phone business is dead: The gripping tale of bold misfires and unfulfilled promise

The company couldn't get anyone to notice despite several valiant attempts. → Read More

Verizon Business CEO talks 5G, rural broadband service and mobile edge computing

Tami Erwin, head of Verizon Business, talks about the opportunity to use 5G to connect rural customers. → Read More

Verizon Business CEO on what the heck is mobile edge computing

The technology will work with 5G to eliminate any sense of lag time on your favorite apps today, and more advanced applications like self-driving cars tomorrow. → Read More

The 'Chinese virus' label has led to violence and death. It needs to stop

Commentary: We're seeing the results of what happens when loaded terms subtly -- or not so subtly -- link the Asian American community to the coronavirus. → Read More

For Fukushima's nuclear disaster, robots offer a sliver of hope

Japan's 2011 earthquake and tsunami caused the worst nuclear disaster in history. Send in the robots. → Read More

How Fukushima's underground ice wall struggles to keep nuclear radiation at bay

The ice wall is one way of keeping the massive amount of toxic water stored in the facility. But Japan has floated the idea of dumping it into the Pacific Ocean. → Read More

How VR brought me inside a scary-real radioactive Fukushima reactor

Here’s what it’s like inside the melted-down reactors of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. → Read More

Cellphone inventor reflects on pandemic-driven innovation

Martin Cooper, who led the creation of the Motorola Dynatac 8000x, made history back in 1973 when he made the first-ever cellphone call. → Read More

Cellphone inventor says 5G should be focused on providing more access

Martin Cooper, who led the creation of the DynaTAC, says the industry is too focused on higher speeds and new areas like self-driving cars, and not enough on providing basic internet to people. → Read More

Cellphone inventor calls the digital divide 'unacceptable'

Martin Cooper, who led the creation of the DynaTAC, shares his thoughts on that first phone and the broadband gap problem. → Read More

Cellphone inventor tells the wild inside story of Motorola's DynaTAC

Martin Cooper, who led the creation of the DynaTAC, shares his thoughts on that first phone and what would've happened if AT&T had remained a monopoly. → Read More

As COVID-19 ravages the world, closing the digital divide is more critical than ever

CNET is continuing its series that looks at why the broadband gap persists and how we go about closing it. → Read More