Convertible, Chromebook, tablet: Can any of them truly take the place of a laptop?
Although controversial, Microsoft's Windows 8 operation system may be impossible to avoid.
The takeaway from this year's Consumer Electronics Show? Choices made now will have long-lasting consequences.
While flawed, Microsoft's tablet has a lot to offer lawyers—starting with a full-featured Office suite.
For lawyers who travel to China, routine data security procedures aren't nearly sufficient.
Some of this season's best holiday gifts have a split personality: fun at home and handy at work.
Plenty of apps promise to help lawyers work smarter. Which ones actually deliver?
In a year when firms made few flashy technological advances, midlevel satisfaction stalls.
Among lawyers, the once-unbeatable BlackBerry is losing out to new rivals—and law firm CIOs think that's just fine.
Bigger, faster, brighter: Lawyers craving better mobile devices hit the jackpot at an electronics trade show in Las Vegas.