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Charles B Schnarel, Mauricio Lomelin, Peter G Chin, Derek S Graham, Kate Welker, Robert C Murdock, Justin C Cooper, Laurence Golding, Suzanne Walsh: Common visual and functional architecture for presenting and controlling arbitrary telephone line features. Microsoft Corporation, Klarquist Sparkman, May 14, 2002: US06389124 (125 worldwide citation)

A user interface for screen phones monitors telephone line state information and displays user interface controls and telephone line status information dependent on the telephone line state. The user interface includes a display element referred to as a call slip that expands and collapses in respon ...


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Charles B Schnarel, Mauricio Lomelin, Peter G Chin, Derek S Graham, Kate Welker, Robert C Murdock, Justin C Cooper, Laurence Golding, Suzanne Walsh: Common visual and functional architecture for presenting and controlling arbitrary telephone line features. Microsoft Corporation, June 26, 2007: US07236576 (78 worldwide citation)

A user interface for screen phones monitors telephone line state information and displays user interface controls and telephone line status information dependent on the telephone line state. The user interface includes a display element referred to as a call slip that expands and collapses in respon ...


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Charles P Schnarel, Mauricio Lomelin, Peter G Chin, Derek S Graham, Kate Welker, Robert C Murdock, Suzanne Walsh, Justin Cooper, Laurence Golding: Graphical user interface for a screen telephone. Microsoft Corporation, May 29, 2007: US07225409 (56 worldwide citation)

A graphical user interface for a web telephone and other telephony devices provides a unique combination of display elements that provide information and enable the user to access functionality of the device. The display elements include customizable screen areas called panes, an application program ...


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Charles Schnarel, Mauricio Lomelin, Peter G Chin, Derek S Graham, Kate Welker, Robert C Murdock, Justin C Cooper, Laurence Golding, Suzanne Walsh: Common visual and functional architecture for presenting and controlling arbitrary telephone line features. Microsoft Corporation, Klarquist Sparkman, December 13, 2005: US06975712 (47 worldwide citation)

A user interface for screen phones monitors telephone line state information and displays user interface controls and telephone line status information dependent on the telephone line state. The user interface includes a display element referred to as a call slip that expands and collapses in respon ...


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Mauricio Lomelin Stoupignan, Marcelo Aizenstein Furman Calbucci: Technique for changing views of web content. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, February 3, 2009: US07487185 (9 worldwide citation)

A system for presenting web content that allows the user to select and change the view of the content. A page of content, which is viewable on a web browser, contains a user-operable element, such as a pull-down menu, that allow the user to select a view for that content. The page is generated in a ...


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Mauricio Lomelin Stoupignan, Marcelo Aizenstein Furman Calbucci: Infrastructure for generating web content. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, May 27, 2008: US07380204 (5 worldwide citation)

An architecture for presenting web content that modularizes the various components of that content. A “wire frame” defines spatial regions of a page of content. The regions are called “slots.” A “view” defines a mapping or binding between the slots in a wire frame, and objects that generate content. ...


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Mauricio Lomelin Stoupignan, Marcelo Aizenstein Furman Calbucci: Infrastructure for generating web content. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, August 26, 2004: US20040168123-A1

An architecture for presenting web content that modularizes the various components of that content. A “wire frame” defines spatial regions of a page of content. The regions are called “slots.” A “view” defines a mapping or binding between the slots in a wire frame, and objects that generate content. ...


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Mauricio Lomelin Stoupignan, Marcelo Aizenstein Furman Calbucci: Technique for changing views of web content. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, August 26, 2004: US20040167933-A1

A system for presenting web content that allows the user to select and change the view of the content. A page of content, which is viewable on a web browser, contains a user-operable element, such as a pull-down menu, that allow the user to select a view for that content. The page is generated in a ...


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Charles B Schnarel, Mauricio Lomelin, Peter G Chin, Derek S Graham, Kate Welker, Robert C Murdock, Justin C Cooper, Laurence Golding, Suzanne Walsh: Common visual and functional architecture for presenting and controlling arbitrary telephone line features. Microsoft Corporation, Klarquist Sparkman, July 21, 2005: US20050157860-A1

A user interface for screen phones monitors telephone line state information and displays user interface controls and telephone line status information dependent on the telephone line state. The user interface includes a display element referred to as a call slip that expands and collapses in respon ...


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Justin Denney, Cristina A Colby, James T Clark, Ajay Nair, Sanaz Ahari, Richard Qian, Sally Salas, Mauricio Lomelin, Jamie Buckley, Joanna Chan, Nicholas E Craswell, Tabreez Govani, Trung T Tran: Providing targeted information for entertainment-oriented searches. Microsoft Corporation, Shook Hardy & Bacon, December 31, 2009: US20090327268-A1

Systems and methods for providing immediate access to comprehensive information and answers on a set of related search engine results pages for common searches executed in the entertainment domain relating to, for instance, music, musicians, movies and celebrities. Upon receipt of a keyword-based se ...