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.

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Lenovo unveils 5 new thinner, lighter ThinkPads

Today in Berlin, prior to IFA, Lenovo announced five new Haswell-powered ThinkPads that offer longer battery life, and are thinner and lighter than before: the ThinkPad X240, ThinkPad S440, ThinkPad S540, ThinkPad T440, and ThinkPad T440s.
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Dell announces flexible new touchscreen monitors

Dell announced three new monitors today available in 20-, 23-, or 27-inches. The touchscreen monitors offer up to Full HD resolution and a unique adjustable stand that allows users to tilt the display up to 60 degrees.
Computing

Dell unveils ‘world’s most secure Ultrabook’ with super slim Latitude 7000 laptop

The first of many laptop announcements to come ahead of IFA, Dell announced new Latitude 7000, 5000, and 3000 series laptops and Ultrabooks due in September and October. Touch, Corning Gorilla Glass NBT, and Haswell processors are all…
Computing

Sony commercial hints at new convertible Vaio

A commercial that leaked last week showing a new Vaio concept was officially released by Sony today. There's not a lot of info around it, but we're confident that a new convertible PC is in Sony's near future.
Computing

Windows 8.1 is officially ready – now, we wait

Though Windows 8 launched just 10 months ago, Windows 8.1 is almost here. Microsoft announced today that the update is ready and rolling out to OEMs, but users will have to wait until mid-October when it's released to the public.
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Picture proof that Microsoft is going to be boring without Steve Ballmer

Steve Ballmer's announcement to leave Microsoft's CEO position came as a surprise to all of us. What we're going to miss most is Ballmer's crazy antics – and outlandish facial expressions.