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E Michael Lunsford: Keyboard for a handheld computer. Palm, Van Mahamedi, Hickman Truong Palermo & Becker, January 14, 2003: US06507336 (131 worldwide citation)

A data entry mechanism for a handheld computer is provided. The data entry mechanism comprises: a plurality of keys configured to be actuated by a stylus of the handheld computer, each of the plurality of keys being electronically coupleable to the handheld computer and generating an electronic sign ...


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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 Jr, E Michael Lunsford: Smart cover for a handheld computer. Palm, Van Mahamedi, Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, March 18, 2003: US06535199 (56 worldwide citation)

An accessory device for a handheld computer includes a peripheral portion to detachably couple to an accessory rail of a handheld computer. The accessory device includes a cover portion dimensioned to extend over a front surface of the handheld computer including a display when the peripheral portio ...


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Jeff W Parrish, E Michael Lunsford: Method and apparatus for the selection of records. PalmSource, Berry & Associates P C, May 16, 2006: US07047503 (45 worldwide citation)

An improved method and system for record selection. Specifically, one embodiment of the present invention interprets the “gesture” of swiping the pen horizontally across a line-item of a record entry as a command to highlight the line-item and to select the entire record. Furthermore, a contiguous g ...


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E Michael Lunsford: Electronically-enabled encasement for a handheld computer. Palm, Van Mahamedi, Hickman Palermo Troung & Becker, March 12, 2002: US06356442 (39 worldwide citation)

An electronically-enabled encasement for a handheld computer is provided. The encasement includes an encasement portion configured to cover at least a portion of the handheld computer, including a front surface of the handheld computer providing access to a display; a spine engageable with an access ...


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David Kammer, E Michael Lunsford: Power-conserving intuitive device discovery technique in a bluetooth environment. PalmSource, Berry & Associates P C, September 27, 2005: US06950645 (29 worldwide citation)

A method and system for managing when a responder device (a device having a transceiver for wireless communication) is operating in a discoverable mode in a wireless network of devices, such as a Bluetooth network. In the discoverable mode, the responder device is set to scan for and respond to gene ...


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E Michael Lunsford, Steve Parker, David Kammer, David Moore: Method and system for implementing wireless data transfers between a selected group of mobile computing devices. 3Com Corporation, March 31, 2009: US07512685 (26 worldwide citation)

A wireless communication method for selective transmission of data among a group of mobile computing devices. A user's device is used to broadcast a query to determine a group of mobile computing devices within communications range. A list of resulting mobile computing devices is then presented to t ...


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E Michael Lunsford: Electronically-enabled housing apparatus for a computing device. palmOne, Shemwell Gregory & Courtney, March 8, 2005: US06865076 (23 worldwide citation)

An electronically-enabled encasement for a handheld computer is provided. The encasement includes an encasement portion configured to cover at least a portion of the handheld computer, including a front surface of the handheld computer providing access to a display; a spine engageable with an access ...


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E Michael Lunsford, Jesse Donaldson, Francis J Canova Jr: Synchronization of data between two handheld computers. PalmSource, Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, May 31, 2005: US06901434 (22 worldwide citation)

A method for communicating between a first handheld computer and a second handheld computer is provided. The method includes selecting at least a first information item from a first index on the first handheld computer, and signaling the first information item to the second handheld computer. The me ...


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E Michael Lunsford, Steve Parker, David Kammer, David Moore: Method and system for wirelessly autodialing a telephone number from a record stored on a personal information device. 3Com Corporation, August 15, 2006: US07092671 (10 worldwide citation)

An automated telephone dialing system. The system enables a handheld PID to automatically dial a telephone number stored its memory by interacting with a telephone. The telephone is equipped with a wireless port for short-range wireless data transfer. Similarly, the PID is equipped with a wireless p ...