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Erik L Wallace, Walter Weichselbaumer, Daniel J Hronek, Mark Titus, Dara Ung: Mobile activity status tracker. TeleCommunication Systems, September 19, 2006: US07110773 (149 worldwide citation)

A technique and apparatus to provide status tracking of presence and/or location of a mobile, wireless device to a requesting entity even outside of a particular wireless system. This allows wireless service providers the ability to monitor and log changes in the status of mobile stations within and ...


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Daniel Hronek, Erik Wallace, Phillip Geil, Tom McCormick, Walter Weichselbaumer, Orville Pike, Mark Titus: Mobile originated interactive menus via short messaging services. TeleCommunication Systems, October 24, 2006: US07127264 (73 worldwide citation)

Two-way interactive short message system with personalized messaging menus that provide WAP like services at less cost than CSD. Mobile Originated Interactive Menus are implemented as a feature of a Short Message Service Center (SMSC). Each option guides either to the next menu level, or to a final ...


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Erik L Wallace, Walter Weichselbaumer, Daniel J Hronek, Mark Titus, Dara Ung: Mobile activity status tracker. TeleCommunication Systems, William H Bollman, February 22, 2011: US07894825 (7 worldwide citation)

A technique and apparatus to provide status tracking of presence and/or location of a mobile, wireless device to a requesting entity even outside of a particular wireless system. This allows wireless service providers the ability to monitor and log changes in the status of mobile stations within and ...


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Daniel Hronek, Erik Wallace, Phillip Geil, Tom McCormick, Walter Weichselbaumer, Orville Pike, Mark Titus: Mobile originated interactive menus via short messaging services method. TeleCommunication Systems, William H Bollman, April 26, 2011: US07933615 (1 worldwide citation)

A method interactive menus and sub-menus to a mobile device via SMS messaging in order to provide WAP like services at a fraction of the cost of CSD. Mobile Originated Interactive Menus are implemented as a feature of a Short Message Service Center (SMSC), thus leaving traffic channels available for ...


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Erik L Wallace, Walter Weichselbaumer, Daniel J Hronek, Mark Titus, Dara Ung: Mobile activity status tracker. TeleCommunication Systems, William H Bollman, January 19, 2016: US09241040

A technique and apparatus to provide status tracking of presence and/or location of a mobile, wireless device to a requesting entity even outside of a particular wireless system. This allows wireless service providers the ability to monitor and log changes in the status of mobile stations within and ...


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Erik L Wallace, Walter Weichselbaumer, Daniel J Hronek, Mark Titus, Dara Ung: Mobile activity status tracker. Telecommunication Systems, Tarolli Sundheim Covell & Tummino, October 11, 2016: US09467844

A technique and apparatus to provide status tracking of presence and/or location of a mobile, wireless device to a requesting entity even outside of a particular wireless system. This allows wireless service providers the ability to monitor and log changes in the status of mobile stations within and ...


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Daniel Hronek, Erik Wallace, Phillip Geil, Tom McCormick, Walter Weichselbaumer, Orville Pike, Mark Titus: Mobile originated interactive menus via short messaging services. TeleCommunication Systems, William H Bollman, December 29, 2009: US07640031

Two-way interactive short message system with personalized messaging menus that provide WAP like services at less cost than CSD. Mobile Originated Interactive Menus are implemented as a feature of a Short Message Service Center (SMSC). Each option guides either to the next menu level, or to a final ...


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Drew Morin, Mark Titus, Walter Weichselbaumer: Short messaging system (SMS) proxy communications to enable location based services in wireless devices. TeleCommunication Systems, William H Bollman, June 11, 2013: US08463284

Wireless devices communicate (using SMS messaging) with a proxy server (e.g., a wireless messaging gateway) to generate network initiated requests. In this way, a wireless device which might not otherwise be able to, can now participate in advanced applications such as location based services (LBS) ...


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Daniel Hronek, Erik Wallace, Phillip Geil, Tom McCormick, Walter Weichselbaumer, Orville Pike, Mark Titus: Mobile originated interactive menus via short messaging services. Manelli Denison & Selter Pllc, December 27, 2007: US20070298819-A1

Two-way interactive short message system with personalized messaging menus that provide WAP like services at less cost than CSD. Mobile Originated Interactive Menus are implemented as a feature of a Short Message Service Center (SMSC). Each option guides either to the next menu level, or to a final ...


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Walter Weichselbaumer, Drew Morin: Wireless device electronic wallet transaction validation. Manelli Denison & Selter Pllc, June 19, 2008: US20080147546-A1

A wireless phone electronic wallet transaction is associated with a current location of the wireless device at the time of the transaction. The current location is compared to an entry in a database of associated merchants accepting electronic wallet transactions to the locations that they handle su ...