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Concordance 7.0 Is Released

Concordance 7.0 Is ReleasedDATAFLIGHT Software Inc., based in Los Angeles, has introduced the latest version of its Concordance software, incorporating support for transcripts, deposition management, and e-mail repositories.

Concordance 7.0 can be used by small and large firms alike, reports president Jeff Lipsman.

The upgrade includes a full suite of new features for deposition digests, notes, issue codes, and hyperlinks, advises Lipsman. Transcripts can be displayed and printed in traditional formats (with page and line numbering). An advanced report writer allows users to produce "Question & Answers," line-radius and digest reports.

The new version is compatible with the LiveNote real-time transcription program, notes Dataflight. It can load that program's transcript format, while preserving all annotations, says Lipsman.

Dataflight also announced the creation of new strategic alliances to add support for trial presentation packages, including Visionary, Sanction, and TrialPro.

Concordance 7.0 also features an expanded database capability, allowing users to search up to 128 databases of 32 million documents each, it says.

The upgrade also supports word processing features, including "drag and drop" from Microsoft's Excel, Word, and other programs.

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Palm m100 Unveiled

Palm m100 UnveiledPALM COMPUTING, of Santa Clara, Calif., has introduced its Palm m100 handheld computer. It uses Palm OS 3.5 software, and includes Palm's traditional date book, address book, to do list, memo pad, and infrared beaming functions.

New features include a "Note Pad" application that can capture handwritten "sticky notes." These can be linked to alarms to alert users of important times and dates, transcribed into other applications, or synchronized directly to a new corresponding Note Pad function on the desktop software (both Mac and PC compatible).

Other new tools include a clock with travel-alarm capabilities, and a new HotSync cable for connecting and sharing data with a desktop computer. Kodak and other third-parties have announced support for add-ons, such as MP3 players, modems and snap-on cameras.

The m100, targeted to first-time users, features a small, durable design, and allows users to enjoy interchangeable fashion faceplates. They covers are available in silver, blue, green, and ruby.

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Practice Software

Keystone Debuts Javelin Upgrade

Keystone Debuts Javelin UpgradeKEYSTONE Solutions U.S. Inc., has announced the release of Javelin 3.10, the latest upgrade of its practice management software.

Javelin 3.10 adds more than 50 enhancements, including management analysis reports and a Web-based report browser, says Keystone, which recently acquired Barrister Information Systems Corp., the original developer of Javelin. Keystone also offers Keystone Professional, a time-and-billing software, in both in-house and Web ASP versions.

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PLI Announces High-Tech Center

PRACTISING Law Institute PLI Announces High-Tech Centeris creating a new 16,000-sq. -foot High Technology Center for continuing legal education, in downtown San Francisco, reports John Mola, PLI's director of Calif. operations. The facility, at the Monadnock Building, will offer videoconferencing, Web-casting, plasma screens, and state-of-the-art communications.

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RIM 957 Gets A Larger Screen

RIM 957 Gets A Larger ScreenRESEARCH IN MOTION, of Waterloo, Ontario, has introduced a new palm-sized wireless handheld device with integrated support for wireless e-mail, Internet, paging, and organizer features.

The new RIM 957 Handheld offers a larger screen; a 32-bit Intel 386 pro cessor, and 5 MB flash memory. It features an embedded wireless modem, integrated organizer, and support for BlackBerry 2.0 wireless e-mail software.

RIM also debuted its RIM 950 Wireless Handheld, that offers 4 MB memory, and announced plans for Wireless Application Protocol and Lotus Notes support for BlackBerry users.

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