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Erwin Meinders
Meinders Erwin, Wilderbeek Johannes, Van Der, Mark Martinus: Display. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Meinders Erwin, Wilderbeek Johannes, Van Der, Mark Martinus, CHAFFRAIX Jean, April 28, 2005: WO/2005/038758 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a display for displaying pre-recorded images. The display comprises at least one image stack comprising at least one image sub-stack (13, 14, 15). The image sub-stack comprises a material which optical properties depend on a potential difference (V1) applied between ...


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Belgacem Haba Belgacem (Bel) Haba
Robert Burtzlaff, Belgacem Haba, Giles Humpston, David B Tuckerman, Michael Warner, Craig S Mitchell: Back-face and edge interconnects for lidded package. Tessera, Lerner David Litenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, April 28, 2005: US20050087861-A1

A packaged microelectronic device is provided which includes: (a) a unit having a chip with an upwardly-facing front surface and a downwardly-facing rear surface, a lid overlying at least a portion of the front surface of the chip, the lid having a top surface facing upwardly away from the chip and ...


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Bahman Qawami
Robert C Chang, Bahman Qawami, Farshid Sabet Sharghi: Internal maintenance schedule request for non-volatile memory system. SanDisk Corporation, Ritter Lang & Kaplan, April 28, 2005: US20050091445-A1

Methods and apparatus for enabling updates to data structures to be scheduled are disclosed. According to one aspect of the present invention, a method for operating a memory system with a non-volatile memory that includes a plurality of physical blocks and a plurality of data structures including a ...


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Steven Jobs
Timothy Wasko, Steven P Jobs: Three state icon for operations. Apple Computer, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, April 28, 2005: US20050091614-A1

A three state icon for a computer is disclosed. The icon prevents inadvertent starting of an operation on a computer. The icon has a first state which conceals a second state. Upon selection of the first state with a computer pointing device (i.e., mouse), the icon will change to the second state. U ...


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Steven Jobs
Steven P Jobs, Jonathan Ive, Michael D Hillman, Frank Tsai, Michael D McBroom, Daniel L McBroom, Brian T Sudderth, Arthur S Brigham, Joel F Jensen, Robert B Brownell, Sung Kim, Anwyl M McDonald, Russell C Mead, Arturo Meuniot, Jesus Beltran, Bartley K Andre, Christopher J Stringer, Daniel J Riccio: Computer controlled display device. James C Scheller Jr, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, April 28, 2005: US20050088814-A1

The present invention is a computer controlled display device. In one embodiment, the display device includes a flat panel display having an input for receiving display data. Additionally, a moveable assembly may be coupled to the display. The moveable assembly may provide at least three degrees of ...


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Racenet David C, Stearns Ralph A, Roy Philip C, Beardsley John W, Olson Lee Ann: Surgical stapling device with independent tip rotation. Tyco Healthcare Group, Racenet David C, Stearns Ralph A, Roy Philip C, Beardsley John W, Olson Lee Ann, FARBER Mark, April 28, 2005: WO/2005/037329 (415 worldwide citation)

A surgical stapling device is disclosed which includes a handle assembly, an endoscopic body portion and a tool assembly. The tool assembly is rotatably and pivotally supported on a distal end of the endoscopic body portion. A tool assembly rotation mechanism is provided which includes a rotation kn ...


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Stack Richard S, Balbierz Dan, Lunsford John, Van, Bladel Kevin, Eubanks William S Jr, Athas William L, Glenn Richard A, Kouri Richard: Devices and methods for retaining a gastro-esophageal implant. Synecor, Stack Richard S, Balbierz Dan, Lunsford John, Van, Bladel Kevin, Eubanks William S Jr, Athas William L, Glenn Richard A, Kouri Richard, FROST Kathleen A, April 28, 2005: WO/2005/037152 (149 worldwide citation)

Various methods and devices are described for retaining a medical implant within a body cavity. According to one aspect, at least a portion (16) of a medical implant is positioned within a body cavity, and a wall of the body cavity is re-shaped such that the re-shaped wall (14) prevents migration of ...


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Blatt Lawrence M, Wenglowsky Steven Mark, Andrews Steven Wade, Jiang Yutong, Kennedy April Layne, Condroski Kevin Ronald, Josey John Anthony, Stengel Peter John, Madduru Machender R, Doherty George Andrew, Woodard Benjamin T: Macrocyclic carboxylic acids and acylsulfonamides as inhibitors of hcv replication. Intermune, Array Biopharma, MALLON Joseph J, April 28, 2005: WO/2005/037214 (115 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides compounds of the general formulas I-IX, as well as compositions, including pharmaceutical compositions, comprising a subject compound. The present invention further provides treatment methods, including methods of treating a hepatitis C virus infection and methods of t ...


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Boecker Dirk: Method and apparatus for a variable user interface. Pelikan Technologies, Boecker Dirk, TUNG Hao Y, April 28, 2005: WO/2005/037095 (110 worldwide citation)

An analyte monitoring system is provided. The system may include a housing (200) and a visual display (206) on the housing (200), the visual display (206) having at lease one visual indicator position next to a corresponding marking (208, 210, 212, 214 and 216) on the housing (200). The system may i ...


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Muramatsu Shigeru: Music player. Yamaha, April 28, 2005: JP2005-114752 (90 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To enable a music player to generate sounds with profound tone without increasing the number of reeds.SOLUTION: The musical player is constituted in such a manner that sounding waveform data to which waveform data WD corresponds is stored for each reed 83 into a sound memory 33 ...