Business file sharing specialist Accellion is preparing mobile software that will provide access to the Microsoft SharePoint and EMC Documentum content management systems, along with access to file servers, the company announced Tuesday.
There's been a lot of buzz about the new iPad mini from Apple Inc. Monica Bay, LTN?s editor-in-chief, checks out the mainstream technology press and legal blogs to see what they are saying.
Microsoft Corp. today shipped the Surface RT tablet and the production versions of its Windows 8 operating system that lets users alternate between keyboard-mouse and touch-enabled input.
Apple Tuesday announced the iPad mini, which has a 7.9-inch screen, 16 gigabytes of memory, and Wi-Fi, starting at $329 with shipments beginning November 2. Apple also announced a faster version of the standard iPad.
Will lawyers and other legal professionals be lining up for the next best iPad? As the classic lawyer response says, "It depends!" Here's some initial reactions of the legal technology community to Apple's release of the iPad mini.
Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday unveiled some details of its new tablet computer, called Surface, well ahead of the Redmond, Wash.-based software maker's projected October 26 launch.
Thomson Reuters announced its latest native iPad app, Global Business Law, which gives transactional attorneys vital information about laws in 160 countries and 46 practice areas.
BlackBerry smartphone maker Research In Motion Ltd. on Tuesday demonstrated the latest versions of its previously announced features for work-life device management, user interface navigation, and Web browsing.
In a telling sign of the shifting smartphone battle at U.S. law firms, the CIO of the nation's largest BlackBerry shop is anticipating mass migrations away from the platform within six months.