The Microsoft Surface Pro could win the tablet war, writes William Caraher, CIO at von Briesen & Roper, with a few secret weapons that appeal to lawyers: Outlook, Word, OneNote, "fat" desktop application support, and a new take on digital note-taking.
Trial consultant Ted Brooks reviews inData Corp.'s free app TrialDirector for iPad to see how well the trial presentation software will perform in court in its new mobile version.
American Bar Association "Legal Rebel" Ruth Carter slowed down to review the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500. The Flash Mob lawyer found the scanner easy to use and fast.
Olympus America's DS-2500 digital voice recorder can edit voice records by inserting and partially deleting text as well as appending text to an existing record, reports Sean Doherty, LTN's technology editor.
DATAssimilate Systems, a provider of optical character resolution, imaging, and document processing software for legal professionals, will unveil a major upgrade to the company's PowerSearch application at the International Legal Technology Association's annual meeting in Washington, D.C., from August 26 to 30.
Deleting data from a hard drive is not a matter for the delete key. You need to destroy or degauss the disk or overwrite the data with a tool like Wiebetech's Drive eRazer.
Nuance's PDF Converter Professional 8 software creates PDF documents and fillable forms from scratch and from Office documents. You can even talk at a PDF and it will talk back, exclaims attorney Ruth Carter.
LexisNexis announced on Thursday a new release of its legal research platform, Lexis Advance. The legal information and software provider expanded the content available to subscribers with LexisNexis Verdict and Settlement Analyzer and LexisNexis e-Books.
Few smartphones can compete with the iPhone's design, usability, and features. But with a few key distinctions for lawyers, the Samsung Galaxy SIII is ready for the match, says assistant professor Jonathan Ezor.