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For those of you interested in the latest in tablet news, the iPad 2 will be released next week.Here are some advance reviews:Computerworld: "Hands on with the iPad 2"Wall Street Journal: "What the iPad 2 Means for Your Wallet"The iPad Fan: "iPad 2: Thinner, Lighter, Faster, Available March 11"cnet: "Five Things the iPad 2 Didn't Get"
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iPad Design Dispute and the Unintended Consequences of an Innovation Society
Since Apple’s iPad debut last week, we’ve already had news of one potential IP lawsuit brought by a Chinese manufacturer. Shanghaiist was on the scene a few days ago, reporting that Shenzhen Great Long Brother Industrial Company (yes, that’s their name, stop snickering) was pissed off that its P88 resembled the iPad and that it [...
Is the iPad Setting the Stage for the Wider Adoption of the Touch-Screen Interface
TR CEO Tom Glocer does not discuss the iPad in the context of legal publishing but does have this to say about his new iPad generally in his recent iPad and Beyond post: What the iPad represents for me is...
iPad for Lawyers
Been playing with the iPad for a few hours to see how well it will work as a presentation tool – not happy with the comments that I have read in the Keynote app ratings. Have to commend Tablet Legal and Legal iPad on their iPad in the Legal Profession coverage...
Is an iPad in Your Tech Future
Well, after months and MONTHS of speculation, Apple finally unveiled its vaunted iPad tablet computing device. Does it signal a game change in the way mobile technology is designed, or is it just an oversized iPod Touch? Will lawyers use it as device for fun and games, or does it have real application for the legal profession? Those are some of the questions we tackle in the latest episode of The Kennedy-Mighell Report, entitled The iPad: Gadget or Game-Changer? We had a lot of fun in this episode, and we also briefly discussed the debut this week of WestLawNext, from Thomson Reuters...
iPad 2 Reviews
For initial reviews, check out TechCrunch and Engadget articles. See also Computerworld's iPad 2 announcement: Review roundup and Engadget's iPad 2 vs. original iPad: what's changed? [JH]
iPad for Law How About iPad for Fun!
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Although I was going to blog at some point on using the iPad for legal work (e.g., including the useful tip to use the “two finger swipe technique” to properly scroll pages when using the Safari browser on iPad when searching Westlaw or Lexis – see video here for the technique, which works), the reality is that the iPad has been for me an entertainment device...