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Past:
  • Mashable
  • Inverse
  • ÜBERGIZMO DE
  • BGR

Past articles by Raymond:

The gear you need to crush your vacation photos on Instagram

Your trip's booked and now you need to figure out how to document your vacation. From phone accessories to drones, here's the best gear to capture it all. → Read More

16-inch MacBook Pro review: the keyboard nightmare is finally over

MacBook users, rejoice: The keyboard nightmare is finally over. → Read More

Google Stadia review: impressive if you have fast Wi-Fi and tons of data

Google Stadia is what the future of gaming looks like: a cloud-based gaming service. Stadia nails the controller and streaming console-quality games devices works well if you have a fast Wi-Fi. However, it's missing many key launch features and the games library is uninspiring. → Read More

The new Motorola razr is an outrageous revival of an iconic flip phone

Motorola's reviving the iconic RAZR as the razr, a foldable phone with a display that doesn't crease. Launching on Verizon in January 2020, the Android phone might be the best foldable phone yet. Its futuristic design comes at high price: $1,500. But it might be worth the money to rock a phone that looks so futuristic. → Read More

Apple announces 16-inch MacBook Pro with (hopefully) a better keyboard

Apple just announced a new 16-inch MacBook Pro with slimmer bezels around its Retina display. The new MacBook Pro also has a redesigned "Magic Keyboard" that features scissor-style keys with more travel than the troubled "butterfly" design of past models. It starts at $2,399 and will hit stores later this week. The... → Read More

Snapchat Spectacles 3 review: the third time is not a charm

Snap's Spectacles 3 camera glasses let you create augmented reality videos by applying AR filters to 3D videos. Unfortunately, the experience, from shooting to importing content to Snapchat to adding AR objects, is laborious, confusing, and unfun. Worst of all: Spectacles 3 are expensive at $380. → Read More

Microsoft Surface Pro 7 review: so unnecessary

Microsoft's Surface Pro 7 is a super safe update compared to the Surface Pro 6. Aside from a very minor 10-generation Intel processors, the only new feature is a USB-C port. It's unfortunate the 12.3-inch display still has thick bezels. Battery life is also worse this year. It's too bad the Surface Pro 7 isn't a Pro X. → Read More

Google Pixel 4 review: Great camera, boring everything else

Google's Pixel 4 is a boring Android smartphone. It's got a slightly better camera and smarter Google Assistant than Pixel 3. But battery life and photo and video image quality are weak compared to Apple's iPhone 11 Pro. The Motion Sense gestures are also gimmicky. → Read More

13 camera tips and tricks every iPhone 11 owner should know

The iPhone 11s and 11 Pros have the best smartphone cameras (for now). Here's 13 tips to help you shoot better photos and videos. → Read More

Why the Apple Fifth Avenue cube is more than just an interior design revamp

Apple's iconic Fifth Avenue "glass cube" store reopens on Sept. 20. But it's more than just a store to sell iPhones. It's breeding ground for new creatives. → Read More

iPhone 11 Pro competes with Android where it matters most: The camera

Apple's new iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are packed with powerful triple cameras and longer battery life. But are they worthy of the "pro" name? → Read More

Apple unveils iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max

Apple's new iPhones for 2019 are officially called the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro. They boast a new triple camera system with ultra wide lens. → Read More

The 2020 iPhone already sounds way more exciting than the iPhone 11

Apple's 2020 iPhones could be winners with rumored features like a redesign, in-display Touch ID, new display sizes, and 5G. → Read More

Google Nest Hub Max review: Bigger, but not necessarily better

Unless you use Google Duo, the smaller Nest Hub is a better value. → Read More

CDC suggests avoiding e-cigarettes as the 'vape lung' investigation continues

The CDC is urging people to "consider not using e-cigarette products" as it investigates whether vaping is linked to a recent lung illness-related deaths. → Read More

'Microsoft the Musical' is the geekiest tribute to the tech giant's history

'Microsoft the Musical' is a short performance running through a brief history of the technology company founded by Bill Gates. → Read More

iPhone 2020 might finally have an all-new design

According to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple's 2020 iPhones will reportedly come with a major redesign, 5G, and new depth sensor. → Read More

Apple will livestream its 'iPhone 11' event on YouTube

For the first time, Apple's livestreaming its iPhone 11 "special event" on its YouTube channel starting at 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET). → Read More

You can finally listen to Apple Music in your web browser

Apple Music web player works in any web browser on all platforms including macOS, Windows, Chrome OS, iOS, and Android. → Read More

2020 iPhone might have Touch ID inside the screen

According to a new report, Apple's testing new iPhones with in-display Touch ID fingerprint technology that covers a large portion of the screen. → Read More