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.
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