Simon Hill

Simon Hill

Simon Hill is a freelance technology journalist and editor who loves all things tech. You'll find him writing about smartphones, wearables, tablets, software, computing, videogames, and robots all over the internet. He spent several years working in the games industry, and lives in Scotland with his wife and two kids.

Is cell phone radiation actually dangerous? We asked an expert

Could our cell phones and other wireless devices be increasing our risk of developing brain cancer and other conditions? A lot of scientists believe radio-frequency exposure is a growing threat that we should be aware of.

Protect your 1440p screen and laser focus camera with these 30 LG G3 cases

If the LG G3 is your new bundle of joy then it’s time to plan how you’re going to keep it safe. We’ve found options from the big names to deliver protection for any budget. It’s time to shop for the best LG G3 cases.

What do the signal bars on your smartphone actually mean? We asked an expert

Have you ever wondered what the bars on your smartphone are actually showing you? The relationship to signal strength may not be as clear cut as you think. We asked an expert to explain.

One product fits all for socks, not music says Deezer’s US CEO

With the US firmly in his sights, Deezer's North American CEO, Tyler Goldman, tells us what's lacking in the music streaming experience right now and how Deezer is going to deliver it.
Product Review

Wonder Workshop Dash & Dot Review

The Dash robot inspires your child to program and have fun at the same time.

15 handy One M9 tips to help you get more from your phone

Is your One M9 all it can be? Maybe you're missing out on the best it has to offer. Only one way to be sure – check out our roundup of handy HTC One M9 tips and tricks and see if you can get a little extra.

This aluminum battery can charge your entire phone in 1 minute

Scientists at Stanford have just developed an aluminum battery that could enable your phone to go from empty to full in as little as one minute. It's also long-lasting, relatively inexpensive, and safer than the batteries we're currently…

Should you shell out for an extended warranty? We ask an expert

When buying consumer electronics should you consider paying out for an extended warranty? We asked an expert about what devices, if any, are worth getting coverage for, and what you can expect for your money.

10 of the most annoying Android 5.0 Lollipop problems, and how to fix them

The latest Lollipop-flavored version of Android has plenty to offer, but there are always bugs and issues with new software. Here are the most common Android 5.0 Lollipop problems with advice on how to solve them.

Your photos come to life thanks to new emotionsAR service

This new augmented reality service enables you to bring your still photos to life. Using the emotionsAR app you can trigger video, audio, and interactive buttons by scanning an image.

Are cookies crumbling our privacy? We asked an expert to find out

Ever wondered about Internet cookies? We take a look at what cookies really are, and track their origin. In the wake of the EU cookie law, we also discuss their impact on our privacy, both real and imagined.