Archive | January, 2015

Author Nicholas Carr To Deliver the Keynote Address at ABA TECHSHOW 2015

  We are delighted to welcome Nicholas Carr as the keynote speaker for ABA TECHSHOW 2015. Formerly the executive editor of the Harvard Business Review, Carr has written for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Wired, Business 2.0, The Boston Globe, The Atlantic, The Industry Standard, and more. Carr is also the author of several tech-focused books that have […]

Microsoft Removes ‘Preview’ Label From Office for Android Apps | Also Launches Preview of Outlook for Android

Microsoft has “officially launched” Word, Excel and Powerpoint apps for Android tablets. The apps were originally launched in “beta” last November. Users can access and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files directly from their Android tablets via Microsoft’s own supported apps. Office apps for the iPad were announced during TECHSHOW 2014. The apps are free […]

How to: Use Android Voice Commands to Send Messages

– By Jeffrey Taylor This post originally appeared on his blog The Droid Lawyer, where he  blogs extensively about lawyers’ use of Android devices. Taylor is a Principal in Absolute Legal Services, LLC in Oklahoma City, OK. Learn more at one of the two Android-themed sessions he will present at ABA TECHSHOW 2015. One of my favorite Android features is the […]

Encryption: Its Time Has Come

By Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. and John W. Simek Nelson and Simek have been frequent presenters at ABA TECHSHOW. Nelson served as Chair of the 2006 TECHSHOW Planning Board. Together, they are the principals of Sensei Enterprises. At TECHSHOW 2015, Simek will be co-presenting “Decrypting Encryption – Gaining Competence on Encryption for Your Practice,” with David […]

International CES – Technology From the (Near) Future

Every year, manufacturers show off their newest technology at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. In categories ranging from 3D Printing and Computer accessories to Wireless Handsets (think mobile phones) the products showcased at CES promise to be “The Next Big Thing.” Because the products showcased at CES won’t be available to […]