Jennifer Bergen

Jennifer Bergen

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Jennifer Bergen is the Computing Section Editor at Digital Trends and is in charge of all things laptops, desktops, and their accessories – be they functional or downright silly. She has worked for PCMag, Geek.com, ZDNet, ConsumerSearch, Popular Science, and Good Housekeeping. Hailing from Boulder, Colorado, where she got a degree in News Editorial journalism from the University of Colorado at Boulder, Jennifer traded in the mountains for the skyscrapers of New York City. She was a DJ for three years at her college radio station and continues spinning records in Brooklyn at Monday Night Vinyl Club. You can follow her on Twitter at @jennybergen.

Leap Motion chooses HP to embed and bundle 3D motion-control into new devices

We talked to Leap Motion CEO and co-founder Michael Buckwald yesterday who told us that Leap will be teaming up with HP as its first OEM to actually build the Leap technology into products.

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Yes, you can make an Oscar-nominated film with a MacBook Pro on your couch

We talked to Oscar-nominated director Shawn Christensen about editing his film Curfew in his living room with a MacBook Pro, as well as how technology has changed filmmaking, the kind of tech he uses, and how he went from a rock star to a director.

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3D evolved: Hands-on with Canon’s MREAL virtual reality system

Canon's new Mixed Reality technology, a new form of Computer Graphics technology, is merging the real world with the virtual one, giving users a life-like experience that's seemingly so real it feels like you're actually there.

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Pavement’s percussionist is OK with you friending him after a night of drunk YouTubing

We talk to Pavement's eccentric percussionist and showman Bob Nastanovich about technology, music, and how much money he's lost betting on horses in one sitting.

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Lenovo’s first Chromebook is heading to school

Lenovo announces its first Chromebook, the ThinkPad X131e. But don't expect to get your hands on Lenovo's Chrome-based laptop just yet; this Chromebook is heading to school.

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Leap Motion picks Best Buy as exclusive retailer for launch of gesture control device

We talk to the President and COO of Leap Motion about the company's decision to partner with Best Buy, and how the development of the Leap's app store is shaping up.

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Titanic tablets clash in our Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon vs. Asus Transformer AiO showdown

Two all-in-one desktops both doubling as tablets. We compare Lenovo's IdeaCentre Horizon and Asus' Transformer AiO to see which convertible desktop reigns supreme.

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Best of CES 2013: Computing

After a long week of running around the show floor, we finally found our five favorite computing products of CES 2013.

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Eyes On: Samsung shows off its new HD monitors at CES

Samsung wasn't just showing laptops and TVs at CES, it also added two new HD monitors to its lineup.

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Hands-on: Vizio’s updated All-in-One PCs add touch, AMD … and that’s about it

Keeping the same sleek style, Vizio adds touch and AMD processors to its all-in-one desktops.

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Hands on: Asus’ Transformer AiO merges Android and W8 into one unique machine

ASUS's Transformer All-in-One desktop PC gives users two computers in one with both Android and Windows operating systems. We go hands-on for a closer look.

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Hands on with ASUS’ Taichi 21 and Taichi 31 dual-screen hybrid Ultrabooks

ASUS' dual-screen Ultrabook is finally ready for takeoff. We went hands-on for a more in-depth view of the ASUS Taichi 21 and 31.

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Lenovo IdeaCentre A720 Touch quick look

Touchscreen all-in-one PCs are so hot right now, but can adding touch to Lenovo's IdeaCentre A720 change our initial review and rating?

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DT’s ‘Better than Socks’ Holiday Giveaway: Quadrocopter

For our last holiday giveaway, we're offering up something so incredibly awesome, even your kids will be jealous. And no, we won't tell if you don't want to share.

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Gifts of Holiday Past: Before there was Farmville, Tamagotchi was the pinnacle of time-wasting tech

One of my most beloved holiday gifts was my Tamagotchi virtual pet. But 16 years later, are people still playing with the toys? In a word: holycrapyes. We found a Tamagotchi fan who not only plays with them; he has an arsenal of more than 400!

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