In a holiday season without a breakout product introduction, the real advances for mobile products are in upgrades
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
In a holiday season without a breakout product introduction, the real advances are in upgrades
...Flash drives, thanks to emerging technology that allows manufacturers to fashion micro-USB drives into ...
...Interfaces. Virtually all Android phones provide an industry-standard micro-USB port for charging, image or photograph synchronization, and other uses. The...
...» Interfaces: Androids use industry-standard micro-USB ports for charging, image synchronization, etc. The iPhone 5 uses the...
Sean Doherty says Daniel Siegel's new book is a good buy at $40 for lawyers to get up to speed quickly
The Daily Report
Attorneys often find themselves operating in separate camps, such as plaintiff-defendant, prosecution-defense, civil-criminal, private-public and, perhaps most contentiously, Android-iPhone
Both Android smartphones and iPhones and their app stores have evolved significantly over the past year or so. Which device works best for lawyers today? Most likely, the one they used yesterday, but
...processor, 500 gigabyte standard hard drive (7200rpm) together with a 24 gig micro solid state drive, and 8 gigs of ram.Â We chose the...
Originally Published: Legal Blogs
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