Roger started out covering technology as an intern at ZDTV back in the summer of 1998. He subsequently clawed his way up the ladder landing a plum role as Senior Producer and On-Air talent on The Screen Savers and Call For Help. He later moved on to a short stint at CNET and Ziff-Davis. He later spent 6 years at Discovery Digital Networks as the series producer for the shows Tekzilla, HD Nation, Systm, We Come From the Future, and Downloaded.
Sony Interactive Entertainment President and CEO mentioned in an investor relations call that the PlayStation 4 was entering the final phase of its life cycle. Cryptic words to be sure but what does this mean for the PlayStation console and does it signal a shift from gaming as a product to a gaming as service for the company?
Starring Sarah Lane, Patrick Beja, and Roger Chang.
It’s our end of May DTNS round table. This month we examine technology issues from an Australian perspective like; how is net neutrality viewed in Australia and how does the proximity to Asia influence the direction and scope of tech in the country.
With recent stories covering data security issues from cellphone location data tracking to PGP and S/MIME vulnerabilities we have Shannon Morse here to break it all down and give us an infosec perspective.
Starring Sarah Lane, Shannon Morse, Roger Chang and Len Peralta.
Federal laws restricting Sports Gambling in the United States have been struck down by the Supreme Court. Will this start a new gold rush into online gambling as companies take advantage and who will be the winners and the losers?
Starring Sarah Lane, Justin Robert Young, and Roger Chang.
Cheating on exams has been constant thorn in the side of schools and the halls of higher education. But with smart phones, wearables and the internet cheating has become so ubiquitous some schools are taking drastic action to limit student access to personal technology. Will this help stem the tide or does the problem call for new ideas and approaches to testing students.
Starring Sarah Lane, Scott Johnson and Roger Chang.
Twitter is implementing a new system based on thousands of behavioral signals to filter our tweet replies, searches, and recommendations. Will this help curb abusive and bullying behavior on the platform or will other more invasive measures be needed?
Starring Sara Lane, Patrick Beja, and Roger Chang.
Researchers have uncovered vulnerabilities in PGP and S/MIME, Tesla engineers reveal they considered adding driver attentiveness when developing the autopilot feature, Uber riders can now rate their ride mid-trip and Apple faces a class action lawsuit over defective keyboards.
Starring Sarah Lane, Justin Robert Young and Roger Chang.
As coding becomes a indispensable and respected skill some toy makers have developed STEM toys to help children, especially girls, develop and interest in coding. We take a look at the latest wave of programmable toys to hit the shelves.
Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Len Peralta, Roger Chang and Erin Carson.
Google wants to help people improve their Digital Wellbeing. What does that mean and is this is a sign that even large tech companies acknowledge too much technology can be a detriment to one’s health?
Starring Tom Merritt, Roger Chang and Justin Robert Young.
Microsoft announces new features for Windows that’ll roll out by the end of the year, Walmart is buying Indian e-commerce giant Flipkart, Valve says Steamlink will arrive for iOS and Android May 21st, and EA goes all in on Loot-boxes despite legal rulings against the practice in Europe.
Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger Chang and Scott Johnson.