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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    The affordable HTC Exodus 1s puts a full Bitcoin node in your pocket

    If you're into cryptocurrencies, then you may be interested in the HTC Exodus 1s, a smartphone with a built-in hardware wallet that's capable of running a full Bitcoin node.

    4G vs. LTE: The differences explained

    Wireless standards are confusing -- it doesn't matter if you're talking about 4G, LTE, WiMax, or others. Here, we break down the differences between 4G and LTE so you can make sense of how they play out in real-world scenarios.

    What I like and don’t like about Google’s new Pixel 4 phone

    Now that we've had some time to let our thoughts stew on Google's Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, here are some of our favorite new features on the phone -- and things we hate.

    The best Pixel 4 cases and covers to protect your Google phone

    Most phones are vulnerable to damage, and the Pixel 4 is no exception. Snag one of the best Pixel 4 cases and you can stop worrying about drop damage, scratches, and scuffs.

    Google Pixel 4 vs. Pixel 3: What difference does a year make?

    If you're wondering what kind of difference a year makes to Google's phone crafting skills, then you can find out in this spec comparison as we pit the Pixel 4 against the Pixel 3.

    Where is the Google Pixel Watch?

    We've been expecting Google to release its own smartwatch for quite some time, but there was no sign of it at Google's Pixel hardware event