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Gary D Foster: Software packaging and distribution system. Sun Microsystems, Philip J McKay, Gunnison McKay & Hodgson L, January 6, 2004: US06675382 (166 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for packaging and distributing software. Embodiments of the invention comprise a software packaging system that is portable across many platforms. Each package is self-contained in form of a single-file entity that comprises a payload file and a control file. The payload file ...


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Gary D Foster, Curtis C Foster: Archery bow holder. Richard C Litman, January 3, 1995: US05377657 (20 worldwide citation)

An archery bow holder for compound bows is formed of an upper assembly frame attached to a convex curved lower plate. The lower plate has an elongated slot for adjustment and closely fits with a base plate having a concave upper surface and passage for a bolt. The holder may be installed upon a hunt ...


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Gary D Foster: Lightweight global distribution mechanism. Sun Microsystems, Lahive & Cockfield, January 10, 2006: US06986134 (13 worldwide citation)

A lightweight global distribution mechanism distributes packages within a distributed system. The packages may hold any type of content and may hold contents such as patches, programs, documents or files. The distribution mechanism is lightweight in that it incurs minimal computational and memory ov ...


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Gary D Foster, W Douglas Mayer: Computer security device. Wilson D Swayze Jr, April 22, 2014: US08701452 (5 worldwide citation)

A security device to secure a computer may include a substantially vertical pedestal, a fixed platform mounted on the pedestal, a clamping table to cooperate with the fixed platform to secure the computer and a locking assembly to allow the clamping table to be moved to allow the computer to be atta ...


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Gary D Foster: Locking arm pedestal system. Richard C Litman, September 25, 2012: US08272604 (4 worldwide citation)

The locking arm pedestal system includes a clevis assembly pivotally attached to a plurality of pivotal arms. One of the arms is pivotally attached to a telescoping arm housed in a base, the telescoping arm setting the desired height of the clevis assembly. The base is adapted to be mounted to a veh ...


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Winston Douglas Mayer, Gary D Foster: Selective mobile device component lockdown in moving vehicles. Foster Products, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, August 29, 2017: US09749824 (1 worldwide citation)

On-Board Diagnostics (OBDs) produced by a vehicle are monitored in real time. The OBDs are evaluated in view of rules or policies to take actions with respect selective component lockdown of resources for a mobile device that is operational within the vehicle. For example, the display screen of the ...


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Gary D Foster: Locking arm pedestal system. September 29, 2011: US20110233351-A1

The locking arm pedestal system includes a clevis assembly pivotally attached to a plurality of pivotal arms. One of the arms is pivotally attached to a telescoping arm housed in a base, the telescoping arm setting the desired height of the clevis assembly. The base is adapted to be mounted to a veh ...