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GRUBER THOMAS ROBERT: Intelligent automated assistant. Apple, Raubvogel Amir H, July 21, 2011: WO/2011/088053 (144 worldwide citation)

An intelligent automated assistant system engages with the user in an integrated, conversational manner using natural language dialog, and invokes external services when appropriate to obtain information or perform various actions. The system can be implemented using any of a number of different pla ...


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Brackbill Douglas L, Fernandez Ronald J, Klein Mark D, Kolbly Michael J, Manzo Michael Scott, Stelter Ronald D: Visual voicemail management. Traverse, Brackbill Douglas L, Fernandez Ronald J, Klein Mark D, Kolbly Michael J, Manzo Michael Scott, Stelter Ronald D, RAUBVOGEL Amir H, January 4, 2007: WO/2007/002753 (80 worldwide citation)

A voicemail message management system and method are provided. A list of voicemail messages is displayed on a screen such as a cellular telephone screen. Indicators specify whether messages are new, urgent, saved, not yet heard, and the like. Other attributes can also be displayed, including for exa ...


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Shiplacoff Daniel Marc Gatan, Duarte Matias Gonzalo, Lyon Jeremy Godfrey: Card metaphor for activities in a computing device. Palm, Shiplacoff Daniel Marc Gatan, Duarte Matias Gonzalo, Lyon Jeremy Godfrey, Raubvogel Amir H, November 26, 2009: WO/2009/143076 (43 worldwide citation)

In various embodiments, a card metaphor is established, in which each activity can be represented within an area of the screen referred to as a card. In various embodiments, any of several display modes are available for viewing, interacting with, manipulating, initiating, and dismissing cards. A pe ...


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Duarte Matias Gonzalo, Shiplacoff Daniel Marc Gatan, Lyon Jeremy Godfrey, Mercer Paul, Thomas Ralph: Navigating among activities in a computing device. Palm, Duarte Matias Gonzalo, Shiplacoff Daniel Marc Gatan, Lyon Jeremy Godfrey, Mercer Paul, Thomas Ralph, Raubvogel Amir H, November 26, 2009: WO/2009/143075 (32 worldwide citation)

A computing device runs multiple activities concurrently and provides at least two modes for interacting with the activities. The user may toggle between the modes as desired. In a full-screen mode, one activity occupies substantially an entire display screen. In a windowed mode, the activity is vis ...


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Chaudhri Imran A, Louch John, Grignon Andrew M, Christie Gregory N: Unified interest layer for user interface. Apple Computer, Chaudhri Imran A, Louch John, Grignon Andrew M, Christie Gregory N, RAUBVOGEL Amir H, February 2, 2006: WO/2006/012343 (24 worldwide citation)

A user-activatable dashboard (also referred to as a unified interest layer) contains any number of user interface elements, referred to herein as “widgets”, for quick access by a user. In response to a command from a user, the dashboard is invoked and the widgets are shown on the screen. The user ca ...


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MORGAN GERALD A: Automated geo-fence boundary configuration and activation. GORDON ZZSTARZZ HOWARD ASSOCIATES, Raubvogel Amir H, June 17, 2010: WO/2010/068438 (22 worldwide citation)

A geo-fence is defined and established automatically based on a current location of an asset along with some range or distance, avoiding the need for a user to manually specify a location by drawing a perimeter, specifying a point location, or by any other means. Once established, the geo-fence can ...


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Klein Mark D, Manzo Michael Scott, Mahmood Tamara Hills, Maurer Andrew M, Kolbly Michael J, Stelter Ronald D, Brackbill Douglas L: Call management. Traverse, Klein Mark D, Manzo Michael Scott, Mahmood Tamara Hills, Maurer Andrew M, Kolbly Michael J, Stelter Ronald D, Brackbill Douglas L, RAUBVOGEL Amir H, September 9, 2005: WO/2005/083995 (7 worldwide citation)

A personal call management system allows a user to specify how incoming telephone calls should be handled. The user can specify various parameters including modes, filters, schedules, and the like. Incoming calls are routed to a specified telephone number, or sent to voicemail, or otherwise disposed ...


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Error Brett, Pestana John: Capturing and presenting site visitation path data. Omniture, RAUBVOGEL Amir H, January 8, 2004: WO/2004/003701 (7 worldwide citation)

Node sequence data, such as website visitation records (114), are filtered (105), analyzed (113), and summarized in reports. An administrator (115) can designate particular target paths of interest in terms of a checkpoint node sequence (201c). Node sequences are filtered based on the checkpoint nod ...


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Error Brett M, Error Chistopher Reid, Zinn Richard: Associating website clicks with links on a web page. Omniture, Error Brett M, Error Chistopher Reid, Zinn Richard, RAUBVOGEL Amir H, September 16, 2004: WO/2004/079551 (6 worldwide citation)

Objects on a web pages are associated with stored records indicating historical objects usage (304). Associations between objects and records take into account discrepancies in object identifiers resulting from authorial edits and/or differences in browser assignment of object identifiers. An object ...


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DUARTE MATIAS: Notifying a user of events in a computing device. PALM, Raubvogel Amir H, March 4, 2010: WO/2010/024986 (6 worldwide citation)

In a computing device, event notifications take the form of alerts that can be presented in different ways. The particular form of each event notification depends on the nature of the event, the user task being performed at the time the event occurs, the user's preferences, or any combination thereo ...