Other e-discovery companies have embraced the iPad and tablets, but that typically means squeezing a desktop browsing experience into a smaller screen. Logikcull has completely restructured its softw
...are better and more fun to use. Can I use a Macbook Air instead of the clunky firm laptop?" Uh, er .... IT directors...
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
...operating systems. For laptops, the high-end 15-inch MacBook Pro now has Apple's so-called retina display, which means the...
Five legal organizations create flexible work plans for their professionals
To writer Alan Cohen, 2012 is shaping up to be a year where Consumer Electronics Show vendors actually put some brawn behind the buzz. As such, he believes, lawyers will reap the rewards
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
Results of the LTN Technology Vendor Survey came in just in time for LegalTech New York 2012, and one word might sum up the overall spirit conveyed in the responses: optimism
..., which helps increase the storage capacity of iPhones, iPads, and MacBook Air laptop computers. Unlike its Silicon Valley rivals, Apple does...
...the text he used was easy to read. In launching the MacBook Air, for example, he used slides that conveyed his core themes -- but...
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