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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Youtube Llc
Microsoft co-founder and billionaire Paul Allen is suing nearly a dozen major technology companies, including Google Inc. and Apple Inc., alleging that they infringed on four Web technology patents held by his company Interval Licensing LLC.
UPDATED: It took two shoes to do it, but the lame duck finally has become an Internet phenomenon.
It took two shoes to do it, but the lame duck has finally become an Internet phenomenon.
Viewership for President-elect Barack Obama's weekly YouTube "fireside chats" has tanked, dropping more than 50 percent since his initial video three weeks ago.