At a developer conference on Monday, Apple said its newest mobile operating system, iOS 6, will ship this fall. Among lawyer-friendly features are a Siri voice interface for the newest iPad and videoconferencing without Wi-Fi.
Thomson Reuters has acquired Apsmart, a mobile applications development company, officials announced Friday.
With technology advances of the last few years, more and more in-house counsel are finding it's possible to enjoy the benefits of alternative work arrangements.
LexisNexis and Thomson Reuters recently announced new tools for corporate counsel that focus on simplifying access to relevant information.
Cloud services became more accessible to legal pros this week, as tech giants and niche players introduced new products -- but experts question whether cloud storage's advantages outweigh its drawbacks.
Legal research giant LexisNexis now has an e-book library application for law firms, based on a partnership with digital content distributor OverDrive, officials said Monday.
Lawyers may benefit from several recent updates to Adobe Systems' free Acrobat Reader software, including electronic signature technology now built into the mobile versions, officials said this week.
Mitratech said it is preparing a series of mobile applications for Team Connect after it shipped a new version of its legal hold software.