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Arneson Ted R, Charlier Michael L: Ambulatory handheld electronic device. Motorola, Arneson Ted R, Charlier Michael L, CHEN Sylvia Y, November 3, 2005: WO/2005/104520 (6 worldwide citation)

A handheld device (100) comprises a plurality of ambulation mechanisms (222-224, 1002-1008) that enable the handheld device (100) to perform translations, rotations or compound movements on a surface (502) on which the device (100) is placed. Using the ambulation mechanisms (222-224, 1002-1008), the ...


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Charlier Michael L: Input writing device. Motorola, Charlier Michael L, NOSKOWICZ David S, March 17, 2005: WO/2005/024775 (2 worldwide citation)

A writing stylus (100) having a motion sensor (204) for sensing the movement of at least one end 110 of the stylus relative to an adjacent surface is described. The stylus has an elongated housing (104) and a cap (102). The motion sensor generates signals corresponding to the relative motion of the ...


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Arneson Theodore R, Neumann John C, Charlier Michael L: Electronic device with virtual image display. Motorola, Arneson Theodore R, Neumann John C, Charlier Michael L, CHEN Sylvia Y, July 13, 2006: WO/2006/074132 (1 worldwide citation)

An electronic device (100) has a first body (110) with an image generation apparatus (140) and an optical system (150); and, a display element (105) for providing a virtual image moveably attached to the first body (110) such that the display element (105) is capable of moving in at least one plane ...


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Arneson Theodore R, Charlier Michael L: Electronic device with force sensing key. Motorola, Arneson Theodore R, Charlier Michael L, CHEN Sylvia Y, August 25, 2005: WO/2005/078938

An electronic device with a force sensing key (200) has a switch (280), a first force sensing region (290) for acquiring a first force value, a second force sensing region (290) for acquiring a second force value, and a processor for determining a selected function for the key (200) based upon the f ...


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Arneson Theodore R, Charlier Michael L, Neumann John C: System and method for automatic display switching. Motorola, Arneson Theodore R, Charlier Michael L, Neumann John C, CHEN Sylvia Y, July 13, 2006: WO/2006/073679

Disclosed herein is a system, method and apparatus including a first display screen component (302) configured to provide content in a real image display mode and a second display screen component (202) configured to provide content in a virtual image mode, a proximity sensor (318) and an automatic ...


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Arneson Theodore R, Devries David E, Neumann John C, Charlier Michael L: Foldable electronic device with virtual image display. Motorola, Arneson Theodore R, Devries David E, Neumann John C, Charlier Michael L, CHEN Sylvia Y, July 13, 2006: WO/2006/073917

An electronic device (400) has a second body (405) with an image generation apparatus (450) and an optical system (460) and, a first body (445) for providing a virtual image. The first body (445) is foldably attached to the second body (405). Further, the electronic device (400) can include a third ...


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Zurek Robert A, Charlier Michael L, Johnson John, Koo Simone: A system and method for determining an in-ear acoustic response for confirming the identity of a user. Motorola, Zurek Robert A, Charlier Michael L, Johnson John, Koo Simone, CHAPA Lawrence J, July 13, 2006: WO/2006/074082

A system and method is provided for confirming the identity of a user, where the confirmation is made using biometric data. The system includes an internal speaker having an audio port, which is positioned within the ear of the user, and is adapted for producing a signal having one or more frequenci ...


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Wong Daniel H, Charlier Michael L, Kinerk Keith E: Holster for a portable electronic device. Motorola, Wong Daniel H, Charlier Michael L, Kinerk Keith E, NOSKOWICZ David S, March 2, 2006: WO/2006/023021

A holster (100) for holstering portable electronic device (102) and clipping to objects when the portable electronic device is removed therefrom. The holster comprises a body (104) adapted to selectively retain the portable electronic device and a clip (110) carried on the body and adapted to remova ...


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Gitzinger Michael L, Charlier Michael L, Steuer Paul R: A dual position display in an electronic device. Motorola, Gitzinger Michael L, Charlier Michael L, Steuer Paul R, LOPPNOW Matthew C, February 23, 2006: WO/2006/019477

An apparatus and method are disclosed for an electronic device (100) to incorporate two housing members (104, 106) to expose a first portion (112) of a display or screen (110) when closed. When the two members (104, 106) are moved to open the housing (102) the display or screen (110) is moved to a p ...


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Sheynman Arnold, Charlier Michael L, Galeev Mikhail T, Liu Dongmin, Ran Yingchun: Cellular communications based intercom system and methods. Motorola, Sheynman Arnold, Charlier Michael L, Galeev Mikhail T, Liu Dongmin, Ran Yingchun, BOWLER Roland K, January 19, 2006: WO/2006/007201

A method in an intercom system including detecting the presence of a visitor at a visitor monitor, communicating (224) information received at the visitor monitor in association with the visitor detected to a remotely located communications network gateway, communicating (232) the presence of the vi ...