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Jeffrey S Lee, Parvathy Bhaskaran, Scott Geranen, William S Hede, David T Knappenberger, Merlin Smith, Brian S Gratch: Method and apparatus for remotely configuring a wireless communication device. Motorola, Thomas V Miller, Brian M Mancini, April 27, 2004: US06728531 (278 worldwide citation)

An internet radio for portable applications and uses such as in an automobile enables remotely configuring a wireless communication device comprising the steps of remotely configuring a format for providing content on said wireless communication device for a first user; remotely configuring a second ...


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Jeffrey S Lee, Parvathy Bhaskaran, Mathew Cucuzella, David T Knappenberger, Richard L Blanco, Mark Clayton, Axel Fuchs, Steven S Gubka, William S Hede, Merlin Smith, Bernhard P Weisshaar: Remotely configurable multimedia entertainment and information system for vehicles. Motorola, Brian M Mancini, September 28, 2004: US06799201 (164 worldwide citation)

An internet radio for portable applications and uses such as in an automobile. The internet radio allows access to a host of audio, visual and other information. Normal radio channel function is provided along with programmable content and channel selection, as well as automatic content and channel ...


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Robert W Colley, Parvathy Bhaskaran, Alan Filipski, Robert Flandrena, Tad Krolik, Mark Janney, Steven Ruggiero: Integrated method and apparatus for character and symbol recognition. Electric Power Research Institute, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, October 5, 1993: US05251268 (78 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for recognizing written items including characters and symbols is disclosed. A scanner is utilized for scanning the characters and symbols. A recognition module is used to confidently identify the scanned characters and symbols. The recognition module includes a mechanism for ...


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Parvathy Bhaskaran: Method and apparatus for recognition of graphic symbols. GTX Corporation, Cahill Sutton & Thomas, August 14, 1990: US04949388 (53 worldwide citation)

A technique for recognizing hand-drawn graphic symbols operates on vectorized graphic data, including lines, arcs, and circles, that have been produced by an automatic drawing recognition system. The user creates segmented rule bases for recognizing various symbols by describing the geometric struct ...


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Bernhard Weisshaar, Merlin Smith, Parvathy Bhaskaran, Mark Clayton, Kungwel Mike Liu: Service framework with local proxy for representing remote services. Motorola, May 17, 2005: US06895444 (42 worldwide citation)

In an information appliance system 100, a user device 108 comprises a client platform (200, FIG. 5) that includes a service framework (235, FIG. 5) to discover and connect with a variety of services, both remote and local, transient and persistent, and to disconnect from them when they are no longer ...


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Michael T Gaumond, Richard M Clayton, Parvathy Bhaskaran: System and method for managing content between devices in various domains. Motorola, Thomas V Miller, Terri S Hughes, May 1, 2007: US07212783 (6 worldwide citation)

A system and method for managing content between different client devices in various domains (such as vehicle, home, and person). The system and method include receiving an input from a user on the first client device to delay the content. After receiving the input, the first client device determine ...


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Bernhard Weisshaar, Merlin Smith, Parvathy Bhaskaran, Mark Clayton, Kungwel Mike Liu: Service framework with local proxy for representing remote services. Motorola, Kevin D Wills, Valerie M Davis, January 1, 2008: US07315885 (6 worldwide citation)

In an information appliance system 100, a user device 108 comprises a client platform (200, FIG. 5) that includes a service framework (235, FIG. 5) to discover and connect with a variety of services, both remote and local, transient and persistent, and to disconnect from them when they are no longer ...


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Michael T Gaumond, Richard Mark Clayton, Parvathy Bhaskaran, Lee Callaway: System and method for managing content between devices in various domains. General Instrument Corporation, Stewart M Wiener, June 10, 2008: US07383983 (2 worldwide citation)

A system and method for managing content between different client devices in various domains (such as vehicle, home, and person). The system and method include receiving an input from a user on the first client device to pause the content. After receiving the input, the first client device determine ...



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