The Mobile section of FindLaw's Legal Technology Center provides free resources related to mobility issues encountered by legal and information technology professionals. Mobile, as applied to the legal profession, includes legal mobile software applications (or apps) and mobile devices, such as cell phones, pagers, tablets, Bluetooth headsets, hands-free microphones. Other related mobile topics, such as Cloud Computing and Wireless / Remote Access, can be found in the Networking and Storage category. FindLaw provides information to help you make the most of mobile technology in your law practice.
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Time Tracking and Billing Apps for the Lawyer's Mobile Phone
A look at the features of time tracking and billing apps for mobile phones.Is Your Computer Still Necessary? Practicing Law with a Tablet
Will a tablet be able to replace a lawyer's desktop or laptop altogether?
Mobile Phone Security Basics for Lawyers
If you use a mobile phone as part of your law practice, you need to be concerned about what could happen if someone steals it or you otherwise lose it.How Lawyers Can Use Siri and Other Personal Assistant Voice Apps
Siri and its competitors in the personal assistant voice app market provide some nice assistance to the lawyer on the go.
High-Tech Gadgets: Ultimate Freedom Or Complete Loss of Privacy?
We are living life with and through our hand-held devices. The real question is whether this is a positive or negative development.iPhone Litigation: A Siri-ous Affair?
Siri has incited the passions of a few hard-to-please Apple iPhone customers, one of whom took his case to a California federal court in March.
We are living life with and through our hand-held devices. The real question is whether this is a positive or negative development.
If you use a mobile phone as part of your law practice, you need to be concerned about what could happen if someone steals it or you otherwise lose it.
Tips on replacing laptops with mobile devices and smart ways to travel with technology.
Many handheld devices have found their way into organizations via personal purchases by employees. As a result, mobile and remote employees are demanding the ability to synchronize corporate data with their device in order to increase responsiveness and productivity.
The iPod has become such a ubiquitous tool in everyday life that the time has come for iPod.pedia, a book that refers to itself as The Ultimate iPod and iTunes Resource. While I was skeptical at first, upon reading, I must admit that this book, by a non-Apple insider, contains a treasure trove of useful and fun information for iPod junkies like me.