Raymond Wong

Raymond Wong is Senior Reviews Editor. Previously, he was Senior Tech Correspondent at Mashable, where he led consumer tech coverage. His loves: reviewing gadgets, photography and video production, and eating ice cream all year round (even when it's freezing out). Oh and 🍋.
Microsoft's dual-screen Surface Duo is exciting as hell for one simple reason
Raymond Wong
Microsoft finally gave us details on its first foray into phones in years, and its slick software could make this a must-have device.
The Courier realized
The Cybertruck has now infected mechanical keyboard design
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Say hello to the sharp and pointy Cyberboard.
Design
Hey Google, here's how to reboot the Pixel
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Aside from revolutionizing smartphone cameras with computational photography, the Pixel has failed. Here's how Google can give the Pixel a do-over and compete with Apple's iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy.
Tech
Unboxing the 2,646-piece Lego NES: Holy mother of god this is sweet
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It's worth every penny!
Gaming
Has OnePlus finally sold out?
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By adding Facebook and Netflix bloatware that can't be uninstalled, the "pure" Android phone maker is betraying its founding ethos.
Settled
Samsung's Galaxy Buds are glossy, delicious beans that want to beat up your AirPods
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With the new noise-cancelling, $170 Buds, the wireless earbuds war just got fiercer.
Tech
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra uses lasers to fix the S20 Ultra's biggest flaw: the camera autofocus
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Hell yeah! The Note 20 Ultra also has Xbox Games Pass Ultimate, improved S Pen features, and better integration with Windows 10.
Tech
The Galaxy Z Fold 2's foldable screen ditches easily scratchable plastic for glass
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Samsung finally comes to its senses with the second-gen foldable phone/tablet.
Design
How to watch Samsung unveil the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Fold 2
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Also expect new tablets, bean-shaped wireless earbuds, and smartwatches.
Tech
Pixel 4a review: Has Google lost interest in phones?
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The Pixel 4a is cheap at $349, but everything about it is forgettable.
Reviews
Nubia's insane smartwatch wraps a 4-inch display around your wrist
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The Nubia Watch isn’t your dad’s Apple Watch, that’s for sure.
Tech
Konami, legendary game house turned pachinko-maker pivots to gaming PCs
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The developer of “Metal Gear Solid” and “Castlevania” is getting into PC hardware. Ultra-expensive gaming PCs.
Gaming
OnePlus Nord review: Put your other phones directly in the trash can
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The Nord is the first mid-range phone that you won't hate. It's the spiritual successor to the Google Nexus phones everyone loved.
Reviews
Leaked images reveal alleged Oculus Quest 2, September 15 launch (Updated)
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Is this Facebook's second-generation Oculus Quest 2 VR headset? Sure looks like it.
Gaming
Here's every image from the 2020 iPhone Photography Awards — and the backstory of how they were shot
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We spoke with IPPA founder Kenan Atkulun and several of the U.S. winners to learn more about the 13-year-old photography awards that started as a hobby and now awards winners real gold and platinum bars.
Tech
OnePlus Buds review: God I wish these sounded better
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We reviewed the new wireless earbuds and the sound quality won't blow you away. But the price absolutely will. At $79, the OnePlus Buds are half the price of AirPods, Galaxy Buds+, and Pixel Buds.
Reviews
I spent a week with the OnePlus Nord. Here's the good and bad news.
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The king of Android is going back to its roots with this sub-$500 phone that's packing 5G, six cameras, and a 90Hz display.
Tech
Exclusive: A Q&A with OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei on how the Nord came to life
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The man in charge of making the company's first sub-$500 phone in years explains the Nord's design philosophy, his thoughts on foldables, and why his profile photo is the Monkey King.
Q&A
The Superstrata Ion: Tesla’s ambition squeezed into a sick custom e-bike
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With the world’s first unibody carbon fiber bike frame, 3D-printed to your personal body size, the Ion is an ambitious e-bike. Can it deliver?
Tech
Pikachu was almost a tiger with huge breasts in America
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The most famous Pokémon could have been something so twisted if Nintendo of America had its way.
Gaming