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May 2, 2006 | James S. Granelli, Times Staff Writer
Hang on to your BlackBerry because here we go again. Barely two months after settling a patent infringement lawsuit that nearly shut down its U.S. service, the maker of the popular mobile e-mail device faces another court challenge. Research in Motion Ltd. was sued late Friday by Visto Inc., which alleges that the BlackBerry violates Visto patents. The federal suit doesn't specify damages but seeks a court order that would effectively halt service.
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May 2, 2006 | Brian Hanrahan and Ellen Alperstein, Times Staff Writers
It's history on the march Some streets were eerily bare. Others were barely navigable. But as history echoed across downtown landmarks, in some places it was business as usual. Monday's immigration marches drew hundreds of thousands to L.A. City Hall and MacArthur Park. As normally bustling job sites like the American Apparel garment factory stood silent, activists downtown spoke loudly -- by voices and footsteps -- for their brand of immigration reform.
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