Since most law schools still fail to offer courses in portable electronics repair and maintenance, it can be very useful to know what to do when a phone stops working. Here's a quick rundown on how t
...designed to run on Apple Inc.'s iOS and Google Inc.'s Android mobile devices, only a handful are actually worth downloading. We've collected...
...Most have dedicated platforms (e.g., they run only on iOS, or Android, etc.) adding more complexity to your choice. Here's a...
The dog days of summer are upon us, so what better excuse for a quick distraction. Law Technology News asked 12 tech-savvy legal professionals, all members of our Editorial Advisory Board, what their
One thing Fox Rothschild family law partner Eric S. Solotoff has learned in the five years his practice group has run a blog is that clients are looking for lawyers in less traditional ways
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...If there were any doubts that iPhones and iPads, not to mention Android- and Windows-based mobile devices, have become a force within law departments...
ALM on June 25 launched 14 smartphone apps for use on Apple Inc.'s iPhones, iPods and iPads. The apps provide content from the company's national and regional web and print publications, and support
Finding the right cloud service for your law office's critical applications and sensitive data is becoming an increasingly difficult and daunting process. New providers keep appearing on the scene as
...plaintiff-defendant, prosecution-defense, civil-criminal, private-public and, perhaps most contentiously, Android-iPhone. While both iPhones and Androids deliver a smartphone experience...
Business travel isn't always fun, and the pleasure quotient certainly doesn't rise along with the number of gadgets that must be lugged through airports and hotels. Travel-savvy attorneys hit the roa
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