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Douglas E Neel, Joel A Pugh: Digital video services system with optional interactive advertisement capabilities. Message Partners, Haynes and Boone L, November 17, 1998: US05838314 (398 worldwide citation)

An interactive video services system for enabling store and forward distribution of digitized video programming is disclosed. In accordance with a feature of the present invention, encoded and compressed digital video signals are transmitted via satellite link from a centrally located uplink site to ...


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Catherine R Rogers: Automated interactive bill payment system. Telepay, Haynes and Boone L, July 29, 1997: US05652786 (291 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for processing payment transactions using debit card numbers without the requirement of a personal identification number (PIN) is disclosed. A telepay system of the present invention provides an interface between a standard touchtone telephone and at least one debit card network ...


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Harry S Budow, Joel A Pugh: Interactive intelligent video information system. MessagePhone, Haynes and Boone L, August 26, 1997: US05661517 (272 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for providing customers of hospitality facilities with the ability to access a variety of amenities and to interact with a video system in order to enable point-of-sale purchase of and payment for goods and services with a credit or debit card. In a preferred embodiment, the vid ...


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Catherine R Rogers: Automated interactive bill payment system using debit cards. Telepay, Haynes and Boone L, February 9, 1999: US05870456 (261 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for processing payment transactions using debit card numbers without the requirement of a personal identification number (PIN) is disclosed. A telepay system of the present invention provides an interface between a standard touchtone telephone and at least one debit card network ...


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William H Fuller: Video distribution system. SpectraVision, Haynes and Boone L, October 6, 1998: US05818512 (257 worldwide citation)

An interactive video services system for enabling store and forward distribution of digitized video programming comprising merged graphics and video data from a minimum of two separate data storage devices is disclosed. In a departure from the art, an MPEG converter operating in tandem with an MPEG ...


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Catherine R Rogers: Automated interactive bill payment system using debit cards. Telepay, Haynes and Boone L, February 3, 1998: US05715298 (225 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for processing payment transactions using debit card numbers without the requirement of a personal identification number (PIN) is disclosed. A telepay system of the present invention provides an interface between a standard touchtone telephone and at least one debit card network ...


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Malcolm S McClure: Battery monitoring and charging control unit. Span, Haynes and Boone L, October 8, 1996: US05563496 (200 worldwide citation)

A unit that can be a tiny module within a battery pack includes a microprocessor operating through onboard sensors and read circuitry to monitor battery current, voltage and temperature and to develop fast charge termination control data. Various termination schemes are available including negative ...


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John S Eggert, Michael S Eggert, Phillip Vallejo: Computerized education system for teaching patient care. Gaumard Scientific Company, Haynes and Boone L, December 29, 1998: US05853292 (198 worldwide citation)

An interactive, computerized education system for teaching patient care includes an interactive computer program for use with a simulator, such as a manikin, and virtual instruments for performing simulated patient care activity under the direction of the program. The program displays a selection of ...


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Clint O Connor, Erica Scholder: Mouse with security feature. Dell U, Haynes and Boone L, November 17, 1998: US05838306 (170 worldwide citation)

A mouse computer input peripheral device includes a window area integrally constructed within the mouse and positioned at an area on the mouse upon which a user normally places a finger in operating the mouse. The mouse further includes an illuminating device and a light sensitive detection device f ...


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Alan E Beelitz, Paul J Maia: Generation of a compatible order for a computer system. Dell USA, Haynes and Boone L, January 30, 2001: US06182275 (154 worldwide citation)

A system for specifying, ordering, and building a build-to-order computer system. After initiating an ordering session, a user such as a purchaser or designer is presented with a list of options such as a list of operating systems offered by a computer system vendor or manufacturer that may be imple ...