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Greg E Blonder, Steven Lloyd Greenspan, J Robert Mirville, Binay Sugla: Transaction authorization and alert system. AT&T, Henry T Brendzel, January 13, 1998: US05708422 (538 worldwide citation)

An automated method for alerting a customer that a transaction is being initiated and for authorizing the transaction based on a confirmation/approval by the customer thereto. In accordance with one illustrative embodiment, a request to authorize the transaction is received, wherein the request incl ...


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Greg E Blonder: Graphical password. Lucent Technologies, David Volejnicek, September 24, 1996: US05559961 (243 worldwide citation)

A graphical password arrangement displays a predetermined graphical image and requires a user to "touch" predetermined areas of the image in a predetermined sequence, as a means of entering a password. The password is set by allowing the arrangement to display the predetermined areas, or "tap region ...


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Greg E Blonder, Allen E Milewski: System and method for providing structured tours of hypertext files. Barry H Freedman, June 2, 1998: US05760771 (235 worldwide citation)

A system and method for providing structured tours of hypertext files. A server controls the presentation of hypertext files to a user. Accompanying information to the hypertext files in the form of an automated tour guide is presented and synchronized with the hypertext files by the tour server. A ...


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Greg E Blonder, Theodore A Fulton: Semiconductor integrated circuit chip-to-chip interconnection scheme. American Telephone and Telegraph Company, David I Caplan, June 26, 1990: US04937653 (186 worldwide citation)

Integrated circuit chip-to-chip interconnections are made via gold pads on each chip that are bonded to corresponding gold pads on a silicon wafer chip carrier. The pads on the chips and/or the pads on the carrier are characterized by texturing (roughening) with a feature size of the order of a micr ...


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Joseph Mazzochette, Greg E Blonder: LED array package with internal feedback and control. Lamina Ceramics, Darby & Darby, August 7, 2007: US07252408 (174 worldwide citation)

A packaged LED array for high temperature operation comprises a metal base, the metal base including an underlying thermal connection pad. One or more layers of ceramic overly the metal base. The array includes a plurality of LED dice, each LED die having electrodes. And, the LED thermally coupled t ...


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Greg E Blonder, Robert A Boie: Information processing. AT&T Bell Laboratories, G S Indig, May 12, 1992: US05113041 (156 worldwide citation)

Information processing, for example by means of a computer, is served by a tablet in combination with an inputting implement such as stylus or human finger. Such a tablet-implement combination may serve in lieu of or ancillary to other inputting means such as a keyboard. Implement positional informa ...


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Greg E Blonder, Bertrand H Johnson: Subassembly for optoelectronic devices. American Telephone and Telegraph Company, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Wendy W Koba, January 30, 1990: US04897711 (132 worldwide citation)

A subassembly for use in packaging an optoelectronic device (e.g., LED or photodiode) includes a semiconductor (e.g., silicon) base and lid having a variety of etched features (e.g., grooves, cavities, alignment detents) and metalization patterns (e.g., contacts, reflectors) which enable the device ...


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Greg E Blonder: Dual position computer arrangement. AT&T Bell Laboratories, David R Padnes, April 7, 1992: US05103376 (113 worldwide citation)

A computer including a keyboard portion and a display portion is interconnected in a manner which provides dual positions operational. In one position the keyboard portion may be horizontally positioned to facilitate the entry of data via the keyboard. In the other position, the display portion may ...


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Greg E Blonder: Power outlet mount for a portable telephone. AT&T, David Volejnicek, July 23, 1996: US05539821 (92 worldwide citation)

An apparatus (10) mounts a telephone, particularly the handset (15) of a portable telephone, to a wall A.C. power outlet (11) and supplies power from the power outlet to the telephone. The apparatus comprises a chassis (12), at least one A.C. power plug (30,31) carried by the chassis for electricall ...


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Greg E Blonder: LCD display with multifaceted back reflector. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Glen F Books, July 7, 1992: US05128787 (87 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the present invention, a transparent display, such as an LCD, is provided with back reflector having a plurality of reflecting facets angularly displaced with respect to the plane of the display cell so as to enhance contrast of the display without consumption of additional power ...