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.
Research suggests that if someone knows you're typing from your phone, they will actually be more accepting of grammatical errors.
Some of the most beloved platformers of the early '90s are back on Windows, Mac and Linux PCs for an affordable price.
Google is rumored to be working on two smartwatches, and a variety of hardware options and capabilities may make it a strong rival to the Apple Watch.
Powerful new PS4, Xbox models are coming sooner than expected. If you have to buy a new console every few years, a PC may be a better deal.
An SDK open to developers could add a ton of functionality to Apple's AI, may soon find its way into a new speaker that would rival Amazon's Echo.
Xbox Live is the gold standard for online gaming on consoles, but that doesn't mean it's devoid of trolls and jerks. Learn how to report cyberbullies on the service in a few quick steps.
Learn how to tell YouTube about videos that spew hatred and abuse for a worry-free video experience.
Users can keep Tumblr a safe blogging and sharing platform by reporting bullying and harassment in just a few clicks.
Learn how to avoid the worst of Reddit so that you can stay focused on its community and interesting discussions.
Just because a bullying message disappears that doesn't mean that it doesn't hurt. Learn how to report abuse and harassment on Snapchat.
The Moleskine Smart Writing Set has everything you need to digitize your writing, but you're limited to one size notebook and need your smartphone for voice notes.
The HoloLens goes beyond virutal reality headsets with shared experiences that take holographic computing to the next level.
Google Photos can now back up Live Photos from your iPhone, allowing you to save serious storage space.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says all hoverboards sold in the U.S. must be UL-certified for safety. So far, no models have been.
The LiveScribe 3 Black Edition can take your handwritten notes anywhere, but it's limited by proprietary paper and its own dependence on your phone's microphone.
A study commissioned by Sonos suggests that sharing music with your partner could spice things up between the sheets.
The ECS Liva Core is a small, attractive and reliable mini PC that will run silently in your entertainment center.
Now that you can show your Periscope broadcasts to your Twitter followers, it's high time you learned how to use the streaming service.
NeOse identifies smells using a camera and a subject's molecules, and it compiles a smell database.
The NordicTrack Escape uses Google Maps and a 60-inch OLED display to let you get your workout in anywhere with Google Street View.