The Pros and Cons of iPads. Or More Specifically, Tablets

The Pros and Cons of iPads. Or More Specifically, Tablets

Tablets aren’t going away any time soon, and don’t think iPad-loving lawyers have the market cornered. Android (and Windows) tablets are just as powerful.

The Decline of the Android Tablet

The Decline of the Android Tablet

The high cost to low value ratio for an Android tablet means we’re going to see a decline.

Here’s Why Google’s Not Building Another Nexus 10 Tablet

Here’s Why Google’s Not Building Another Nexus 10 Tablet

This post gives all of the reasons why Google’s getting out of the 10-inch tablet business.

Is a New Nexus 10 Tablet Releasing Soon?

Is a New Nexus 10 Tablet Releasing Soon?

Time to start spreading rumors about a new Nexus 10 tablet.

It’s Time to Upgrade Your Android Device

It’s Time to Upgrade Your Android Device

Quite simply, upgrading your Android device will provide better satisfaction and a richer user experience.

Woot.com’s Offering Nexus 7 (2013) at $189

Woot.com’s Offering Nexus 7 (2013) at $189

Whether you’re looking for a new Android tablet or not, you should probably grab today’s deal at Woot.com. The tablet is factory reconditioned, but still comes with a 90 day ASUS warranty — which means the tablet will probably malfunction on day 91. I’ve been happy with a couple of factory reconditioned items. You’ll save $40…

How-to: Guide the Jury Through the Verdict Form in Closing Argument

How-to: Guide the Jury Through the Verdict Form in Closing Argument

Michael Kelleher has a great post on the Cogent Legal blog about guiding a jury through the verdict form in closing argument. The post aims to help attorneys — plaintiff’s in Michael’s example — understand what they must present to the jury in order to help the jury get to where you want them to end…

How-to: Fix Lag Issues with Android 4.2

How-to: Fix Lag Issues with Android 4.2

One of the biggest complaints from Android users is “lag” in the most recent update of devices running Android 4.2. Many users find their devices are nearly non-responsive or take a significant amount of time to perform tasks. I suffered from “Android lag” when I tried to use my ASUS Transformer Infinity Pad tablet. I…

In re: The Perfect Android Tablet

In re: The Perfect Android Tablet

Choosing a new Android tablet is a daunting task, especially if you’re a new tablet buyer. Here are some suggestions to help ease the burden and anxiety.

The Nexus 7 is One Bad Mother

The Nexus 7 is One Bad Mother

Mea culpa. Or whatever “I was wrong” statement is appropriate for this screw up. In fact, [insert snide comment about egotism here], should take care of it. Let’s face it, I was wrong. I purchased my Nexus 7 tablet on the whim of a “good deal” sprinkled with “need want to have Google’s latest Android…

Androids Eclipse Apples

Androids Eclipse Apples

For the first time ever, Android tablet sales are more than iPad. Android tablets accounted for 56.5 percent of 2013 Q1 sales.   The table shows worldwide tablet growth, but also reflects Android’s 56.5% share of the tablet market. I’m impressed by the year-over-year growth of Android (247.5%) and Windows (700%). I would expect Windows’…

New Poll: QR Codes or NFC

New Poll: QR Codes or NFC

There’s a new poll up, and I want to see what you think about the future of wireless transfers. Specifically, which method do you think is going to be the predominant method for transferring information between devices: QR codes or near field communication (NFC)? Personally, I think QR codes will dominate for quite some time,…