Raymond Wong is the Deputy Editor of Reviews & Guides at Inverse, leading consumer tech coverage. Whether it's reviewing the latest devices, investigating the use of AI in smartphone cameras to fake moon photos, or diving deep into design and engineering, he strives to uncover the larger story through honest, truthful reporting and new storytelling formats. His reviews and analysis have influenced and shaped product design at many tech companies including OnePlus.
Previously, he was a founding editor at Input and led its tech reviews, guides, and gaming verticals as Deputy Editor of Reviews & Guides. Before that, Ray was Senior Tech Correspondent at Mashable, where he led consumer tech coverage and commanded an audience that included everyone from Tim Cook to Elon Musk.
Raymond's other loves include: gaming (Game Boy forever!), photography and video production, making a mess in the kitchen, eating ice cream all year round (even when it's freezing out), and obsessing over details in Wong Kar Wai films.
iPhone 14 Pro & Pro Max review: The 48-megapixel camera is legit
Between the Dynamic Island and the 48-megapixel camera, the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max are finally worthy of the pro branding.
iOS 16 review: A no-brainer download for iPhone users
Apple's iOS 16 software update brings a customizable lock screen, the ability to edit and unsend iMessages, and more. It's also totally free.
iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus — in pictures
We've just tried out Apple's 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Plus at the Apple Event.
Apple Watch Ultra — in pictures
Compared to the Apple Watch Series 8, the Apple Watch Ultra is noticeably larger, more rugged, and has an extra “action” button.
iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max — in pictures
Apple's "pro" iPhones have a new “Dynamic Island” and major upgrades to the camera including a 48-megapixel camera.
AirPods Pro 2 — in pictures
There are some pretty big upgrades for Apple's second-generation AirPods Pro.
Apple announces Apple Watch Ultra, its biggest, toughest smartwatch yet
There’s also the Apple Watch Series 8, too, but that’s a smaller update.
Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 4 rules, but there's also no competition
Samsung’s Z Flip 4 is solid if you’re new to foldables or upgrading from a Flip 1 or 2. Flip 3 owners can wait another year.
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro — in pictures
Samsung's latest ANC wireless earbuds really make the AirPods Pro look outdated.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 and Watch 5 Pro — in pictures
Samsung's new smartwatches could be the best smartwatches to get... if you're on Android.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 — in pictures
Samsung's fourth-generation foldable improves on the Z Fold 3 with small refinements that add up.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 — in pictures
The fourth generation of the most popular foldable in the world has a more durable design and better cameras.
The new Gmail redesign sucks. Here's how to change back to the old layout.
Google is letting you revert back to the old Gmail design (for now).
M2 MacBook Air review: Phenomenal on every level
Apple's M2 MacBook Air ushers in a new era and further leapfrogs over Windows laptops on design, performance, and battery life.
What it's like using Nothing's Phone (1) for a week
The transparent design and Glyph interface’s LED lights are futuristic as hell.
iOS 16 and macOS Ventura public betas are now available — but you should wait
Apple just released the public betas for iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS Ventura, and watchOS 9. You can install them today, but expect bugginess.
Sony’s 3 new Bluetooth speakers are tough and bring the boom
Just in time for summer: Sony’s XG300, XE300, and XE200 portable Bluetooth speakers bring out the good vibes with new rugged designs, upgraded sound, and long battery life.
Everything we know about the Nothing Phone (1)
Mark your calendar: Nothing’s Phone (1) will launch on July 12.
Exclusive: Nothing Phone (1) uses mid-range Snapdragon 778G+ chip
Nothing's Carl Pei confirmed with Input that the Phone (1) will indeed use a mid-range 778G+ chip instead of Qualcomm's flagship 8 Gen 1. Here's why.
Sony Inzone gaming brand launches with headsets and monitors
The new Sony gaming brand is catering to PC gamers, starting with the Inzone H3, H7, and H9 gaming headsets, and M3 and M9 gaming monitors.