Dictation can be easy on your Android device if you're using speech to text and proper punctuation commands.
Becoming more efficient in your office tasks is easy if you concentrate of utilizing the right tools already in place to make yourself a more productive person.
Google Drive is compatible with Microsoft Office, which means you can work in MS Office and save the files to Google Drive. Yup, there's a plug-in for that.
Google Now on Tap is coming soon. Well, it was here, but now it's gone.
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.
Overall, Google I/O 2015 is bringing some exciting services to the Android architecture, and the world in general. Developers are set to create some great-looking Android applications, and the best-built Android OS is on its way.
This is a guest post from Benjamin Wright. Ben’s a OnePlus One user. Ben’s a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School, and practices in appellate and contract law, with civil and criminal trial experience. You can visit Ben’s blog, or connect with him on LinkedIn. But most importantly, Read more…
MyCase published a great infographic showcasing some of the statistics from the ABA’s Legal Technology Survey. The graphic has a lot of visual facts, but most impressive is this one on tablet use in the law office. The information isn’t really that shocking, but just affirms why so few legal tech Read more…
Here's a clever method to simulate Dragon dictation without having to spend a lot of money.
Here is a list of posts discussing dictation and voice transcription.