Holiday Schedule

As the holidays approach we wanted to post our email and support schedule for Christmas and New Years. These are the days we will not be offering email support due to the holidays: December 24 December 25 December 31 January 1 Please feel free to send us your emails during those days, we’ll respond to […]

Comments ( 0 )

Galileo Was Right

I love science and mathematics more than most. On my DirecTv system I record most of the science shows and shows about our universe. One of the most interesting figures in all of science is Galileo Galilei. You can read more about him here: We all know the experiment of his that covers gravity. Here […]

Comments ( 0 )

Veterans Day

Thanks to all those that have served our country during war and peace. We appreciate your service. Clarity Legal

Comments ( 0 )

Mac Sales Surge and iPad Sales Continue Slide

Apple’s latest quarter came out and the reports are iPad sales fell for the third straight quarter and missed expectations again. Meanwhile, Mac sales have been surging, with last quarter representing the best quarter of sales in the company’s history. There certainly seems to be a relationship between the Mac and the iPad. As iPad […]

Comments ( 0 )

iPad Sales Drop Again, Mac Sales Up

Some statistical data about Apple’s latest quarter reveal that Mac and iPhone sales are up and iPad sales are down. Apple is becoming more and more just a phone device company. Here is the data:

Comments ( 0 )

Inside the head of Apple’s top designer – John Ivey

Jony Ive has been shaping Apple products for years and is an icon in the design world. But he keeps a pretty low profile, typically staying behind the scenes at Apple’s massive Silicon Valley headquarters. Nice video and article, I would recommend viewing and reading them.

Comments ( 0 )

10,000 Hour Myth

I have often wondered how many hours I have spent programming over the years to become an expert. I began programming in the mid-nineties when I was in graduate school, getting my masters in English. A few experts say that it takes on average about 10,000 hours to become an expert at something whether it […]

Comments ( 0 )

Apple Sells 10 Million iPhones over Weekend

Apple announced Monday that the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus sparked record sales in the first three days they were available, besting the 9 million gadgets sold when the iPhone 5S and 5C debuted in 2013. But unlike last year, Apple reached a new high without China, where the devices have yet to win regulators’ […]

Comments ( 0 )

iPhone 6 Could Cannibalize Sales of the iPad

If you’re like me, I like to keep my tech simple and reliable. I have an iPhone 5 and I like it but I am envious of my Samsung friends with larger phones for simple reasons – the font and pictures are bigger and playing games on the Samsung phone is much easier than on […]

Comments ( 0 )

TrialSmart Discount Starts Monday

Each year we discount our major titles to help users who want to save a few dollars when purchasing do so. So, next week TrialSmart will be discounted 20%. This is the only time during the year that we discount TrialSmart so now’s your chance to get a new or upgraded license at the reduced […]

Comments ( 0 )

TrialSmart Updated – 1.9.16

TrialSmart has been updated and the current version is 1.9.16. The update includes improved ways to export query results, selecting all the results using a single check box, as well improved exporting video clips to a report. Users can also select all the video clips in a report using a single checkbox as well. Some […]

Comments ( 0 )

DepoSmart Updated – 1.8.13

DepoSmart was updated today and now the current version is 1.8.13. A couple features were added – an improved way to export query results and a new way to select all the query results with a simple checkbox. John Clarity Legal

Comments ( 0 )

Clarity Legal – Closed for Labor Day

Enjoy the holiday! Clarity Legal

Comments ( 0 )

As Macs Surge, Windows Line to be Discontinued

This is good news, the future is bright. When I first started programming for Mac in 2005, I knew Windows machines were 99% of the business environment so I wrote software on a platform that was cross-platform, meaning the same code would work all all 3 platforms – even Linux. As each year ticked away […]

Comments ( 0 )

Apple Diversity Unimpressive

I recently read an article about diversity in the tech industry and I have to say I’m not impressed with Apple’s lack of diversity especially for women in the workplace. For those of us raising small daughters into future leaders, the numbers don’t look good at all especially for women in management. You can read […]

Comments ( 0 )

20% Discount off DepoSmart Till Friday

For the next 4 days – DepoSmart will be discounted 20% off the regular price. This discount ends Friday at midnight. We only offer this discount once a year to all users so now is your chance to update your existing license or purchase a new license of the best transcript tool on the market. […]

Comments ( 0 )

iPad Sales Decline 25% over last 2 Quarters / Mac Sales Rise

No one is buying Apple’s iPad anymore. On Tuesday, Apple said it sold 13.3 million iPads in the second quarter of 2014, down more than 9 percent from the same period last year. It was the second consecutive quarter that Apple saw a decline in its iPad figures: Three months ago, the company reported a […]

Comments ( 0 )

Office 365 Now Includes 5 TB of Storage

I work on PCs everyday and I estimate that I spend probably 75% of my time working on several Windows 7 machines and Windows 2008 Servers and machines. One of the areas that has been a pleasant surprise to me is the power of Office 365. Today, I received an email that I now have […]

Comments ( 0 )

Apple to Report Earnings this Week

When Apple announces its quarterly results on Tuesday, the power of the iPhone will be put to the test. The second calendar quarter is typically a slow season for smartphone sales. But analysts expect the iPhone’s momentum to keep sales growing, thanks in part to Apple’s partnership with China Mobile, the largest phone carrier in […]

Comments ( 0 )

Samsung Sales, Profit Drops in Q2, Apple Sees Troubling Signs Too

Samsung — like Apple — has been struggling to balance the equation of growth in tablet demand versus the less favorable upgrade cycle of the device. Fewer people are upgrading their iPad and tables to newer models and it appears that Apple’s iPad sales are slowing more than expected due. Samsung makes the chips for […]

Comments ( 0 )