New York and San Francisco prosecutors test new security features from Apple and Samsung smartphones.
ABBYY has released Business Card Reader 6.0 for iOS, an application that helps users capture and manage professional contact information
LexisNexis announced on Tuesday the release of an Apple iPad app for TextMap transcript management software. The new app is designed to work with TextMap version 6.2 for attorneys to review and annotate transcripts from depositions or other litigation proceedings on iPad tablets.
ALM debuts arsenal of 14 apps for Apple's iPhone, iPad, and iPod apps. The new apps supplement ALM's roster of regional and national legal publications and websites.
Note to Big Law: When you're working with Wall Street, don't Bring Your Own Device. At least not until the devices are configured to secure important data.
As lawyers become accustomed to using mobile devices at home and on the road, many would also like to have the ability to access internet services in the office without running up wireless carrier bills or running cable throughout the office. Here's how to build a Wi-Fi network in the office that works.
Everyone loves goofy and weird mobile apps but we don't typically expect them from the federal government. Look a bit beyond basic government offerings for a range of free and somewhat surprising federal mobile oddities.
Convertible, Chromebook, tablet all vie to replace your notebook. Can they?
When Pete Townshend wrote "Goin' Mobile," first produced by The Who on their 1971 album "Who's Next," little did he realize the tune would portend how lawyers, even those "Over 50," would receive their news and information. Recognizing the importance of mobility, LTN and its parent company ALM are adopting mobile as a preferred means to deliver the news.