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Lawyers Who Use Android Don’t Care About Security

Lawyers Who Use Android Don’t Care About Security

Christopher McKinney argues that using Android violates a lawyer’s ethical duties because of the open Android architecture. Here’s the post that shows why Android is for lawyers.

Google Play Black Friday Sale

Customers in the United States and Canada will want to take a look at Google Play’s Black Friday offerings, especially if you’re looking for a tablet, smartwatch, or even home automation.

LuguLake Bluetooth Speaker on Sale

LuguLake Bluetooth Speaker on Sale

LuguLake is “giving away” their Bluetooth speaker with a $5 discount. That’s a paltry price to pay for a high quality device.

Get Out And Vote

The ABA Journal announced the 2014 list of the Blawg 100. You can vote for your favorite law blog.

3 Great Alternatives to Google’s New Calendar

If you’re not a big fan of Google Calendar 5.0, especially since it’s missing month view, here are a few options to replace your calendar.

Weekly News Round-up: What You May Have Missed in the World of Android

Weekly News Round-up: What You May Have Missed in the World of Android

Another edition of the Android news you’ll love.

Product Review: Nexus Player

Product Review: Nexus Player

Nexus Player is available for purchase. But is it worth its $100 price tag? Here’s my review.

Product Review: BudStraps

Product Review: BudStraps

BudStraps are a new Kickstarter funded project seeking to bring a neat, neoprene holder for your earbuds.

Your Next Discovery Request: Defendant’s FitBit Data

Your Next Discovery Request: Defendant’s FitBit Data

Are you using wearable data, such as FitBit, to gather information about your client and his location? You might want to change your litigation strategy.

How to: Make the Cloud Your File Server

How to: Make the Cloud Your File Server

Cloud data storage can help boost your law firm’s productivity, and it’s not very hard to make the move.

How to: Encrypt Your Android Device

How to: Encrypt Your Android Device

You can encrypt your Android device easily to safely secure your information.

Weekly News Round-up: What You May Have Missed in the World of Android

Weekly News Round-up: What You May Have Missed in the World of Android

Factory images for Android 5.0 are now available to flash to Nexus devices. The process took me about 10 minutes (not including downloading.) Many OEMs have already announced they’ll be sending the update over the air in the next few days or weeks. I haven’t noticed too many changes from the developer preview released a…