Gordon Mah Ung

Executive Editor

One of founding fathers of hardcore tech reporting, Gordon has been covering PCs and components since 1998.

Razer Phone 2 hands-on: The first gaming phone gets better

Bring back the headphone jack: Why USB-C audio still doesn't work

Bring back the headphone jack: Why USB-C audio still doesn't work

Just try plugging a handful of USB-C headphones and dongles into a stack of smartphones and you'll see that compatibility is still a mess.

War of the Worlds Episode 4: VR gloves, Samsung's ongoing battery problems, Snapchat TV, and more

War of the Worlds Episode 4: VR gloves, Samsung's ongoing battery problems, Snapchat TV, and more

Our fearless editors face off on tough tech topics.

Meet Silverstone's CPU01, a reversible USB cable that works with your older phone

Meet Silverstone's CPU01, a reversible USB cable that works with your older phone

Eat your heart out USB-C, this cable does reversible without requiring a new phone

Lenovo and Google announce plans for first consumer Project Tango phone by this summer

Lenovo and Google announce plans for first consumer Project Tango phone by this summer

First Project Tango phone will be smaller than 6.5 inches, cost less than $500 and feature multiple cameras.

9 killer gifts for PC gamers

9 killer gifts for PC gamers

Give your gamer something more than a Hot Pocket and Mountain Dew this holiday season.

9 awesome gifts for nerds

9 awesome gifts for nerds

We've put together a spectacular list of gifts that will tickle the fancy of every nerd.

Surface Book vs. Surface Pro 4: Picking the best came down to just one thing

Surface Book vs. Surface Pro 4: Picking the best came down to just one thing

The Surface Book's a great convertible laptop. The Surface Pro 4's a great tablet hybrid. Mark Hachman and Gordon Mah Ung debate which is better, and it's not an easy question.

Nvidia GeForce Now aims to be the 'Netflix of games' for just 8 bucks a month

Nvidia GeForce Now aims to be the 'Netflix of games' for just 8 bucks a month

The GeForce Now service lets you stream PC games instantly and comes with a three-month free trial.

Google Jump eases virtual reality creation with camera hardware, assembler software and YouTube

Google Jump eases virtual reality creation with camera hardware, assembler software and YouTube

Google just lowered the barrier to entry for stereoscopic VR, making the hardware, software, and player broadly available (though not all free).

Google Expeditions gives schoolkids Google Cardboard and phones so they can go to the moon

Google Expeditions gives schoolkids Google Cardboard and phones so they can go to the moon

Google is making kits for teachers to take students on virtual-reality tours of the world, using Google Cardboard headsets.

Google plans to have your home run Android with Project Brillo and Weave

Google plans to have your home run Android with Project Brillo and Weave

The company's Project Brillo will be based on Android and even let smart appliances recognize your voice.

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