Simon Hill

Simon Hill

Simon Hill is an experienced technology journalist and editor who loves all things tech. He is currently the Associate Mobile Editor at Digital Trends. He has spent more than a decade writing about smartphones, wearables, tablets, software, computing, videogames, and robots all over the internet for Tech Radar, Android Authority, USA Today, VentureBeat, Deal News, and many other places. His work has also appeared on Yahoo! Tech, CNN, Fox News, Lifehacker, and Christian Science Monitor. He also spent several years working in the games industry as a game designer and producer. He lives in Scotland with his wife and two kids.

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How to sell your iPhone 7, iPhone X, or XS Max (without getting ripped off)

Whether you're looking to upgrade to the latest-and-greatest model, making the switch to Android, or just in dire need of some cold, hard cash, here's how to sell your iPhone without getting ripped off.
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How to make ringtones for an iPhone

No one likes to pay for ringtones — or anything else, for that matter. So hang on to your precious money and check out our comprehensive guide on how to make ringtones for an iPhone. It's easy to make your own ringtone with iTunes.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus vs. S10 Plus: Which one should you buy?

If you're wrestling over which supersized Samsung smartphone to buy, we're here to help. We break down all the differences between the S10 Plus and the Note 10 Plus.
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Motorola One Action vs. Moto G7: Which budget phone is your best bet?

If you're considering a new phone and your budget is around $300, then Motorola has two interesting options for you: The Motorola One Action and the Moto G7.
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Safeguard your stylish ebook reader with the best Kindle Oasis cases

There aren't a lot of truly great options if you're looking to buy a case for your new Amazon Kindle Oasis ebook reader, but we're here to guide you to the ones worth looking at. These are our top picks for style, utility, and protection.
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Is the Apple Card any better than a regular credit card? We asked an expert

The new Apple Card is integrated with your iPhone and comes with a titanium backup card for places that don’t accept Apple Pay, but how does it stack up against the competition? We asked some experts to find out.