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There's a wide array of tech options for people looking to lose excess Thanksgiving dinner weight, including a microchip implanted in your arm, mobile apps and even rubber pants.
Yahoo hires America's media darling Katie Couric to drive traffic and video views.
The technology sector is teaching convicts in California new skills.
At the Georgetown Advanced E-Discovery Institute, 12 jurists discussed proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that may affect e-discovery proportionality, preservation and paying for the process.
Because of the holiday weekend, the deadline to nominate candidates for 2013 LTN Innovation Awards is extended to Dec. 4.
Suffolk Law School launches a law technology concentration program that will also help students learn project management and business skills.
If the state's new electronic-filing system for court documents were a person, it might be asking, "Who am I?" Partly because of a trademark-infringement suit, TexFile.com will become eFileTexas.gov on Dec. 6.
Twitter is launching a new technology to thwart hackers from decrypting user information that could be useful for other companies concerned about security.