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Alan Urban, Francis J Canova, Amy A Han, E Michael Lunsford, Madeleine L Francavilla, Jan Musich: Encasement for a handheld computer. Palm, Van Mahamedi, Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, July 24, 2001: US06266240 (81 worldwide citation)

An encasement for a handheld computer is provided. The encasement includes a spine that is slideably engageable with an accessory slot of a handheld computer; and an encasement portion joined to the spine. The encasement portion is dimensioned to encase the handheld computer when the spine is engage ...


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Francis J Canova, Madeleine L Francavilla, Neal A Osborn, David C Stowers, Alan Urban: Detachable securement of an accessory device to a handheld computer. Palm, Van Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Mahamedi, September 5, 2000: US06115248 (74 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of this invention provide for coupling an accessory device to a back face of a handheld computer while electrically connecting to the handheld computer through a communications or output port. In one embodiment, the accessory device "piggy-backs" on the handheld computer so that the acce ...


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Francis J Canova, Madeleine L Francavilla, Neal A Osborn, David C Stowers, Alan Urban: Detachable securement of an accessory device to a handheld computer. Palm, Van Mahamedi, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, August 28, 2001: US06282088 (8 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of this invention provide for coupling an accessory device to a back face of a handheld computer while electrically connecting to the handheld computer through a communications or output port. In one embodiment, the accessory device “piggy-backs” on the handheld computer so that the acce ...


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William Webb, Alan Urban, Richard Gioscia, Lawrence Lam, David Northway: Folding keyboard for an electronic communications device. Palm, Kacvinsky, September 11, 2007: US07269000 (4 worldwide citation)

A miniature keyboard for a palm held computer is disclosed. The miniature keyboard includes a plurality of keys for providing input to a hand held computing device. The keyboard includes a platform supporting the plurality of keys. The platform is configured to be sized for use by a single hand and ...


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Keith Alan Urban: Coolant filtration system and method for metal working machines. JK, Gifford Krass Sprinkle Anderson & Citkowski P C, July 3, 2012: US08211304 (1 worldwide citation)

A coolant filtration system and method for use with one or more metal working machines. The system includes a housing, pump, conveyer assembly, drum assembly, and centrifugal separator. The housing includes a tank that receives and holds coolant coming out of the one or more metal working machines. ...


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Alan Urban, Francis J Canova, Amy A Han, E Michael Lunsford, Madeleine L Francavilla, Jan Musich: Encasement for a handheld computer. Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, November 8, 2001: US20010038525-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

An encasement for a handheld computer is provided. The encasement includes a spine that is slideably engageable with an accessory slot of a handheld computer; and an encasement portion joined to the spine. The encasement portion is dimensioned to encase the handheld computer when the spine is engage ...


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Keith Alan Urban: Sweetening and cleaning system for lapping machines. Daniel L Bowers Co, James D Stevens, Reising Ethington Barnes Kisselle PC, November 13, 2008: US20080280537-A1

A sweetening and cleaning system that is used with one or more lapping machines to sweeten a lapping compound in a sweetening mode, and to clean parts of the system itself and parts of the one or more lapping machines with a cleaning compound in a cleaning mode. The system includes a virgin receptac ...


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Francis J Canova, Madeleine Francavilla, Neal Osborn, Alan Urban, David Stowers: Detachable securement of an accessory device to a handheld computer. Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, November 15, 2001: US20010040787-A1

Embodiments of this invention provide for coupling an accessory device to a back face of a handheld computer while electrically connecting to the handheld computer through a communications or output port. In one embodiment, the accessory device “piggy-backs” on the handheld computer so that the acce ...