Tablet computers versus ultrabooks? In the new world of portable computing, writer John Edwards looks at which type of system represents the best all-around choice for lawyers
The Supreme Court cast doubt on efforts by states to limit drug manufacturers' use of information about the prescription drugs doctors like to prescribe. The court took up a dispute between the state
...the issues posed by this technology. Productivity drain. Research indicates that the majority of employees utilize their work computers, cell phones...
Web-based criminal cases bring judges and jurors into contact with an enigmatic Internet culture. A clear understanding of cyberbehavior is crucial to the merits of a defense at trial. And misconcept
...more than half of consumers now use text messaging. Forrester Research Inc. (www.forrester.com...
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Corporate defendants, and especially their in-house counsel, shudder when electronic discovery is mentioned. E-discovery puts a company on the defensive and hampers its ability to develop its defense
...transmit illegal information, whether through IMs or other forms of communication...to RadiCati, a technology market research firm based in Palo Alto...
...This spring, AssetMetrix Research Labs released a survey regarding the installation of Microsoft Corp.'s Windows...
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