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Kabir Siddiqui, Ralf Groene, Karsten Aagaard, Anthony Christian Reed, Stephan Alexander Cummings, Darryl I Jensen, Joseph B Gault: Device kickstand. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Jeremy Snodgrass, Judy Yee, Micky Minhas, September 15, 2015: US09134808 (31 worldwide citation)

A device kickstand is described. In at least some implementations, a kickstand is rotatably attached to a mobile computing device. The kickstand can be rotated to various positions to provide support for different orientations of the computing device. In at least some implementations, hinges are emp ...


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Kabir Siddiqui, Ralf Groene, Karsten Aagaard, Anthony Christian Reed, Stephan Alexander Cummings, Darryl I Jensen, Joseph B Gault: Device kickstand. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Jeremy Snodgrass, Judy Yee, Micky Minhas, August 25, 2015: US09116550 (27 worldwide citation)

A device kickstand is described. In at least some implementations, a kickstand is rotatably attached to a mobile computing device. The kickstand can be rotated to various positions to provide support for different orientations of the computing device. In at least some implementations, hinges are emp ...


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Kabir Siddiqui, Ralf Groene, Karsten Aagaard, Anthony Christian Reed, Stephan Alexander Cummings, Darryl I Jensen, Joseph B Gault: Hinge for component attachment. Microsoft Technology Licensing, September 19, 2017: US09766663 (8 worldwide citation)

A hinge for component attachment is described. In at least some implementations, a kickstand is rotatably attached to a mobile computing device. The kickstand can be rotated to various positions to provide support for different orientations of the computing device. In at least some implementations, ...


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Sarah Graham Williams, Catherine N Boulanger, Yann Florian Daniel Riche, Hua Wang, John G A Weiss, Anthony Christian Reed, Ralf Groene, Steven Nabil Bathiche, Vincent L Ball: Computing device canvas invocation and dismissal. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Judy Yee, Micky Minhas, June 21, 2016: US09372571 (2 worldwide citation)

A canvas (e.g., a digital page or sheet of paper) on which a user can input data is displayed on a display device of a computing device in response to the canvas being invoked. The canvas can be invoked in different manners, such as by the user activating a switch or button at an “eraser” end of a s ...


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Panos C Panay, Sharon Drasnin, Michael D McCormack, John E Inman, Steve Seixeiro, Anthony Christian Reed, Ralf Groene, Jeffrey Jay Johnson: User experience adaptation. Microsoft Technology Licensing, July 24, 2018: US10031556

User experience adaptation techniques are described. In one or more implementations, an apparatus includes a connection portion configured to be removably physically and communicatively with a computing device, a housing physically connected to the connection portion and providing an outer surface h ...


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Sarah Graham Williams, Catherine N Boulanger, Yann Florian Daniel Riche, Hua Wang, John G A Weiss, Anthony Christian Reed, Ralf Groene, Steven Nabil Bathiche, Vincent L Ball: Computing device canvas invocation and dismissal. MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGY LICENSING, Alleman Hall Creasman & Tuttle, January 1, 2019: US10168894

A canvas (e.g., a digital page or sheet of paper) on which a user can input data is displayed on a display device of a computing device in response to the canvas being invoked. The canvas can be invoked in different manners, such as by the user activating a switch or button at an “eraser” end of a s ...


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Camilo Leon, Kabir Siddiqui, Dane M Hansen, Anthony Christian Reed, Matthew David Mickelson, Jiannan Chen, Rahul Marwah: Fabric lamination to a component. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Qudus Olaniran, Judy Yee, Micky Minhas, February 21, 2017: US09575515

Techniques for fabric lamination to a component are described. According to various implementations, a single piece of fabric is laminated to a moveable component and to an apparatus to which the moveable component is attached. Generally, lamination of fabric to a moveable component and portions of ...


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Glen C Larsen, Neil Emerton, Anthony Christian Reed: Adaptive keyboard light pillar. Microsoft Corporation, October 13, 2011: US20110248922-A1

An input device includes a display device configured to selectively modulate light to produce a changeable display image. The input device also includes a keyboard assembly disposed over the display device and including one or more depressible keys. Each depressible key includes a keycap having a li ...


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Glen C Larsen, Neil Emerton, Anthony Christian Reed: Adaptive keyboard light turner. Microsoft Corporation, October 13, 2011: US20110248923-A1

An input device includes a display device configured to selectively modulate light to produce a changeable display image. The input device also includes a keyboard assembly disposed over the display device and including one or more depressible keys. Each depressible key includes a keycap having a li ...