Mika Turim-Nygren

Mika Turim-Nygren

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Mika Turim-Nygren writes about technology, travel, and culture. She is a PhD student in American literature at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Previously, she has written for Groupon and Tecca. In addition to following computing trends, she enjoys traveling the globe, playing fantasy RPGs, and blues dancing.
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CES 2016

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer makes surprise appearance at Qualcomm’s CES Keynote

Although tonight’s keynote speech at CES was supposed to be all about mobile chipmaker Qualcomm, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer still managed to snag some of the love.
CES 2016

Streamlined iOS printing device xPrintServer in the spotlight at Digital Experience 2013

Latronix will show off its award-winning xPrintServer, which enables app-free printing from iPhones and iPads, the night before CES 2013.
CES 2016

HP’s new monitors eschew touchscreens for Beats audio and great connectivity

Six new monitors and monitor series announced by HP at CES favor sleek design, wide viewing angles, and advanced image quality over touch capability
CES 2016

Vizio embraces Windows 8 in 2013, but clings to suspect industrial design

Originally known as a TV giant, Vizio has already earned praise for its PCs' crapware-free operating systems and affordability, but can its Windows 8 models succeed with suboptimal touchpads?
CES 2016

Lenovo announces ThinkVision LT1423p Touch Mobile Monitor

Boasting a slim, low-profile body and beefed-up Gorilla Glass screen, Lenovo unveils its LT1423p Touch Mobile Monitor with 10-point multitouch capacity
CES 2016

Lenovo announces 3 new touchscreen Windows 8 laptops, IdeaPads and ThinkPads rejoice

Lenovo jumps wholeheartedly into the Windows 8 fray with newly-unveiled multitouch laptops, including a sleek Ultrabook and a rethought ThinkPad.
CES 2016

Lenovo’s 27-inch IdeaCentre Horizon is part tablet, part table

Just announced at CES, Lenovo's new table PC boasts a 27-inch screen with 10-finger touch for unprecedented multi-user entertainment and gaming.
Computing

Microsoft’s January security update neglects patch for IE zero-day vulnerability

In advance of Tuesday’s security updates, Microsoft has announced it will patch Windows OS weaknesses but not provide a fix for a vulnerability in IE6, IE7, and IE8.
Computing

Ada Lovelace, first computer programmer, celebrated in Google Doodle

Today’s re-imagining of the Google logo pays tribute to Ada Lovelace, a 19th-century mathematician whom many consider the world’s first programmer.
Computing

Safeguard your email: tips for making your account more secure

Keep business transactions and personal messages as safe as possible with these tips to defend your email account against any malicious interference.
Computing

How to recycle your old computer

Got old machinery collecting dust? Follow our guide to recycle old desktops and laptops the right way, including erasing all of your personal data properly.
Computing

Maingear’s new Nomad 15 portable gaming laptop boasts impressive specs

Maingear's new portable gaming laptop, the Nomad 15, is proof that powerful machines with impressive specs don't have to be live on your desk.