Andrew E. Freedman
Andrew E. Freedman is an editor at Tom's Hardware focusing on laptops, desktops and gaming as well as keeping up with the latest news. He holds a M.S. in Journalism (Digital Media) from Columbia University. A lover of all things gaming and tech, his previous work has shown up in Kotaku, PCMag, Complex, Tom's Guide and Laptop Mag among others.
We went hands-on with Shadow of the Tomb Raider and talked to its creative director about how Lara Croft truly becomes the Tomb Raider.
ZTE is going to have some trouble making phones for the United States. The Chinese company was just hit by a ban on American exports from the Department of Commerce.
An increasing number of police departments and federal authorities have devices that can unlock iPhones.
HQ Trivia is a runaway hit and involves real cash prizes. Here's why so many people are hooked, how to play and when you can expect an Android version.
Apple is reportedly ditching Intel chips on Macs for its own starting in 2020, which represents a huge shift in strategy and for consumers.
A new report says that Apple is readying a foldable iPhone for 2020, which would double as a tablet.
A Way Out is a two-player co-op games with a tight story. Here's what the critics have to say.
After 5 days, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally responded to a scandal in which an outside firm collected data on 50 million users.
Before you start gaming, learn the ins and outs of your Nintendo Switch. Here's what you need to know.
The Lenovo Legion Y520 is a pre-built midlevel gaming PC with plenty of room for upgrading.
The prolonged, often anti-consumer between Amazon and Google has a new chapter as Amazon will stop selling Nest products.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 may be hard to come by after launch. Here's how to get your hands on it.
You'll need to beat the game and find Luigi to start the Balloon World adventure in Super Mario Odyssey.
Developer Rare has published specs to play Sea of Thieves with any PC rig, from integrated graphics up to a powerful battlestation.
Amazon is reportedly preparing a delivery service for business customers called Ship with Amazon. This would put it in direct competition with UPS and FedEx.
Samsung, Roku smart TVs vulnerable to flaws that allow control by third parties, according to Consumer Reports.
The Mek1 is a lean gaming rig that's thinner than the competition and comes with solid peripherals, but it's hard to upgrade.
Cryptocurrency miners have driven up the cost of components, so buying a prebuilt gaming PC will save you money over building one yourself.
Cherry's new low-profile switches for gaming keyboards and laptops maintain the company’s distinct feel despite low travel.
The Caveasy One wine rack lets you know when your wine is best to drink and has an app that will help you pair it with food.
Startup Quick Energy's Quick-E Charge battery charges your phone or laptop, and you then mail the battery back to be recharged or recycled.