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.

It’s always right side up with Scosche’s EZTIP reversible Micro USB accessories

Mobile accessory manufacturer Scosche has just announced the new Eztip line of accessories featuring a fully reversible Micro USB plug. The first release in the series will be the Strikedrive car charger.
Health & Fitness

Learning to brush with the Philips Sonicare Toothbrush for Kids

Parents who struggle to get their kids to brush their teeth properly will love this new Bluetooth toothbrush and coaching app. It's part of Philips Sonicare range of electric toothbrushes for kids.

Hands On: Sony Xperia Z5 Premium

The daddy of the new Xperia Z5 family is undoubtedly the Premium, the world’s first smartphone to sport a 4K display. Is it worth paying a premium for? We went hands-on to find out.

Is Swiftpoint the ultimate portable mouse? 1:59

If you want something truly portable to take with your laptop or tablet, for finer control on the go, then you need to take a look at the Swiftpoint mouse. This diminutive accessory has it all.

Is that a small TV or a tablet? Alcatel's Xess will make you wonder

We got a hands on with Alcatel’s new Xess tablet at IFA. It’s still in development, but with a 17.3-inch screen it’s sure to grab some attention. Step inside and find out how it measures up.
Home Theater

LG Display talks flexible, transparent, double-sided OLEDs in IFA keynote

LG Display's CEO, Dr. Sang-Beom Han painted a future of flexible, transparent, wafer thin OLED displays in the opening keynote of IFA in Berlin. There were also some prototypes on show.

Leave your phone at home: TomTom's Spark Cardio + Music has GPS and onboard music storage

The latest fitness watch from TomTom enables you to workout with music, but leave your smartphone at home. It also has a heart rate sensor and GPS functionality. Find out more in our hands on look.

The Xperia Z5 snaps fast and unlocks almost telepathically

The Xperia Z5 brings a fingerprint sensor and a speedy camera to what was already a solid smartphone series, but will it make sense beside a stronger big brother and more compact little brother?

18 annoying OnePlus One problems, and how to fix them

What happens when one plus one doesn’t equal two? You’ve got a problem. We’ve identified the most common OnePlus One problems right here and tracked down the workarounds and potential fixes that you need to deal.

18 of the most annoying Galaxy Note 4 problems and how to fix them

Having a disagreement with your smartphone? Feeling resentful or irritated? Check out our Galaxy Note 4 problems roundup for advice on conflict resolution and repair your relationship today.