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William L Reber, Jeffrey G Toler, Cary D Perttunen: Noninvasive apparatus having a retaining member to retain a removable biosensor. Motorola, Jeffrey G Toler, James E Gauger, October 5, 1999: US05961451 (717 worldwide citation)

In accordance with a first aspect, a noninvasive apparatus comprises a housing (42) having a grasping region (44), and a noninvasive extraction device (10) to noninvasively extract a sample from a hand of an end user at the grasping region (44). In accordance with a second aspect, a noninvasive appa ...


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David Ladd, Gregory Johnson: Voice browser for interactive services and methods thereof. Motorola, James E Gauger, July 31, 2001: US06269336 (567 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a markup language to provide interactive services. A markup language document in accordance with the present invention includes a dialog element including a plurality of markup language elements. Each of the plurality of markup language elements is identifiable by at ...


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William L Reber, Cary D Perttunen: Medical communication apparatus, system, and method. Motorola, Jeffrey G Toler, James E Gauger, September 14, 1999: US05950632 (303 worldwide citation)

A medical communication apparatus comprises a receiver (54) to receive a message and at least one output device (56) responsive to the receiver (54). The at least one output device (56) generates an alert for taking a first medicine and a second medicine in response to the message, and graphically i ...


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William L Reber, Cary D Perttunen: Methods and systems for providing a resource in an electronic network. Motorola, James E Gauger, November 30, 1999: US05995105 (277 worldwide citation)

A method of providing a resource in an electronic network (20) which includes receiving a signal associated with machine-readable data (16) read from a network navigation device (10). The network navigation device (10) has a human-viewable image (14). The method further includes identifying the reso ...


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David Ladd, Gregory Johnson: Markup language for interactive services and methods thereof. Motorola, James E Gauger, Hisashi D Watanabe, March 25, 2003: US06539359 (185 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a markup language to provide interactive services. A markup language document in accordance with the present invention includes a dialog element including a plurality of markup language elements. Each of the plurality of markup language elements is identifiable by at ...


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William L Reber, John E Heng, Jeffrey G Toler: Molecular detection apparatus and method. Motorola, James E Gauger, September 12, 2000: US06117630 (178 worldwide citation)

An apparatus comprises a disk-shaped support member (20) supporting a first sample-processing device (28) and a second sample-processing device (30). The first sample-processing device (28) has an elongate portion oriented along a first radial axis (32) of the support member (20). The second sample- ...


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William L Reber, Cary D Perttunen: Method, system, and article of manufacture for navigating to a resource in an electronic network. Motorola, James E Gauger, May 11, 1999: US05903729 (175 worldwide citation)

A method of navigating an electronic network includes steps of reading a list of at least one resource in an electronic network, displaying at least a portion of the list, receiving a user-initiated selection of a resource from the list, linking to the resource upon receiving the user-initiated sele ...


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William L Reber, Cary D Perttunen: Network navigation methods and systems using an article of mail. Motorola, Jeffrey G Toler, James E Gauger, June 27, 2000: US06081827 (156 worldwide citation)

A network navigation method includes steps of reading machine-readable data (14) associated with an article of mail (12), and determining an electronic address (20) based upon the machine-readable data (14). A network navigation system is provided to perform the aforementioned steps.


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William L Reber, Cary D Perttunen: Apparatus for reading an electronic network navigation device and a peripheral for use therewith. Motorola, Jeffrey G Toler, James E Gauger, August 17, 1999: US05938726 (156 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for navigating an electronic network (20) comprises a housing (240) which houses a data reader, a pointing device (236), and a transmitter. The data reader is to read at least one instruction for navigating to a resource in the electronic network (20). The pointing device (236) is to re ...