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Patrick J Naughton, Charles H Clayton III, James A Gosling, Chris Warth, Joseph M Palrang, Edward H Frank, David A LaValle, R Michael Sheridan: Graphical user interface with method and apparatus for interfacing to remote devices. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, February 1, 2000: US06020881 (474 worldwide citation)

An intuitive graphical user interface is based upon a geographic map structure, and includes a system for controlling remote external electronic devices. In the defined graphical user interface, each Space of the geographic map structure is rendered on a touch screen display as a graphic image of a ...


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Edward H Frank, Patrick J Naughton, James Arthur Gosling, John C Liu: Method and apparatus for presenting information in a display system using transparent windows. Sun Microsystems, Irell & Manella, July 22, 1997: US05651107 (320 worldwide citation)

A central processing unit (CPU) is provided and is coupled to a display for displaying graphic and other data in multiple overlapping windows. The CPU is further coupled to one or more input devices which permits a user to selectively position a cursor and input and manipulate data within each of th ...


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Patrick J Naughton, Charles H Clanton III, James A Gosling, Chris Warth, Joseph M Palrang, Edward H Frank, David A LaValle, R Michael Sheridan: Method and apparatus for improved graphical user interface having anthropomorphic characters. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, March 23, 1999: US05886697 (255 worldwide citation)

An intuitive graphical user interface is based upon a geographic map structure, and includes a system for controlling remote external electronic devices. In the defined graphical user interface, each space of the geographic map structure is rendered on a touch screen display as a graphic image of a ...


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Edward H Frank, John T Holloway: Network protocol--based home entertainment network. Epigram, Christie Parker & Hale, February 15, 2000: US06026150 (228 worldwide citation)

An in-home network which includes a telephone line and a plurality of consumer electronic devices coupled to the telephone line. Each of the consumer electronic devices is assigned a unique address, such that each of the consumer electronics devices is individually addressable via the telephone line ...


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Patrick J Naughton, Charles H Clanton III, James A Gosling, Chris Warth, Joseph M Palrang, Edward H Frank, David A La Valle, R Michael Sheridan: Graphical user interface for displaying and manipulating objects. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, February 5, 2002: US06344861 (201 worldwide citation)

An intuitive graphical user interface is based upon a geographic map structure, and includes a system for controlling remote external electronic devices. In the defined graphical user interface, each Space of the geographic map structure is rendered on a touch screen display as a graphic image of a ...


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Patrick J Naughton, Charles H Clanton III, James A Gosling, Chris Warth, Joseph M Palrang, Edward H Frank, David A LaVallee, R Michael Sheridan: Graphical user interface for displaying and manipulating objects. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, December 12, 2000: US06160551 (180 worldwide citation)

An intuitive graphical user interface is based upon a geographic map structure, and includes a system for controlling remote external electronic devices. In the defined graphical user interface, each space of the geographic map structure is rendered on a touch screen display as a graphic image of a ...


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Patrick J Naughton, Charles H Clanton III, James A Gosling, Chris Warth, Joseph M Palrang, Edward H Frank, David A LaValle, R Michael Sheridan: Graphical user interface with method and apparatus for interfacing to remote devices. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, November 28, 2000: US06154209 (129 worldwide citation)

An intuitive graphical user interface is based upon a geographic map structure, and includes a system for controlling remote external electronic devices. In the defined graphical user interface, each space of the geographic map structure is rendered on a touch screen display as a graphic image of a ...


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Edward H Frank: Control device. FirstPerson, Irell & Manella, October 10, 1995: US05457478 (129 worldwide citation)

A control device method and apparatus has application for use in multi-media systems. The multi-media system contains a host computer having a video display, a control device and at least one target device. The target device is any remotely controlled equipment that the user wishes to integrate into ...


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Patrick J Naughton, Charles H Clanton III, James A Gosling, Chris Warth, Joseph M Palrang, Edward H Frank, David A LaVallee, R Michael Sheridan, Jonathan Payne: Graphical user interface for displaying and navigating in a directed graph structure. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, November 30, 1999: US05995106 (121 worldwide citation)

An intuitive graphical user interface is based upon a geographic map structure, and includes a system for controlling remote external electronic devices. In the defined graphical user interface, each space of the geographic map structure is rendered on a touch screen display as a graphic image of a ...


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Edward H Frank, Donald C Jackson: Methods and apparatus for providing a secure paging system. FirstPerson, Jeffrey J Blatt, February 8, 1994: US05285496 (116 worldwide citation)

A paging system which sends and receives encrypted messages. The message may be encrypted either by the sender of the message or by the paging system. Multiple keys may be used for encrypting and decrypting. Public key systems may also be used and integrated into this paging system. The paging syste ...



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