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Bahman Qawami
Robert Chin Tse Chang, Henry Ricardo Hutton, Farshid Sabet Sharghi, Haluk Kent Tanik, Ron Barzilai, Meytal Soffer, Mei Yan, Patricia Dwyer, Po Yuan, Bahman Qawami: Media card command pass through methods. SanDisk Technologies, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, December 13, 2011: US08078788 (4 worldwide citation)

Methods for transmitting application specific or extended commands between a host and a memory card are disclosed. Commands for an extended card protocol are embedded in messages, along with a marker, in the data or command portion of a base card transmission protocol that is used to communicate bet ...


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Bahman Qawami
Robert Chin Tse Chang, Henry Ricardo Hutton, Farshid Sabet Sharghi, Haluk Kent Tanik, Ron Barzilai, Meytal Soffer, Mei Yan, Patricia Dwyer, Po Yuan, Bahman Qawami: Media card command pass through methods. SanDisk Technologies, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, April 9, 2013: US08417866 (1 worldwide citation)

Methods for transmitting application specific or extended commands between a host and a memory card are disclosed. Commands for an extended card protocol are embedded in messages, along with a marker, in the data or command portion of a base card transmission protocol that is used to communicate bet ...


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Bryce Ulrich, Anthony Discolo, Salim Alam: Electronic mail object synchronization between a desktop computer and mobile device. Microsoft Corporation, Joseph R Westman Champlin & Kelly P A Kelly, April 18, 2000: US06052735 (871 worldwide citation)

A desktop computer and a mobile device both contain personal information management systems, such as electronic mail applications. Objects maintained by the electronic mail applications are synchronized between the desktop computer and the mobile device such that attachments to electronic mail messa ...


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Richard Hiers Wagner: System for extending present open network communication protocols to communicate with non-standard I/O devices directly coupled to an open network. Datascape, Morris Manning & Martin L, April 21, 1998: US05742845 (500 worldwide citation)

An open network system for supporting input/output (I/O) operations for non-standard I/O devices are disclosed. The system includes a server coupled to a plurality of I/O devices through an open network and an extended open system protocol that supports communication with devices that are not person ...


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Robert D Glaser, Mark O Brien, Thomas B Boutell, Randy Glen Goldberg: Audio-on-demand communication system. RealNetworks, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, August 11, 1998: US05793980 (445 worldwide citation)

An audio-on-demand communication system provides real-time playback of audio data transferred via telephone lines or other communication links. One or more audio servers include memory banks which store compressed audio data. At the request of a user at a subscriber PC, an audio server transmits the ...


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Terry E Graber, Joshua Kopelman, Edwin Howell Watkeys III, Marvin I Weinberger: Method and apparatus for redirecting a user to a new location on the world wide web using relative universal resource locators. Infonautics Corporation, Reed Smith Shaw & McClay, September 22, 1998: US05812769 (328 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for redirecting a user from a first location on the WWW to a second location on the WWW, wherein relative URL addressing is used during the redirecting process. A signal is received from the first location indicating that the user wishes to move from the first location on the ...


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Terry E Graber, Joshua Kopelman, Edwin Howell Watkeys III, Marvin I Weinberger: Method and apparatus for tracking the navigation path of a user on the world wide web. Infonautics Corporation, Reed Smith Shaw & McClay, February 10, 1998: US05717860 (314 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for tracking the navigation path of a user that has been directed to a second site on the World Wide Web (WWW) from a first site on the WWW. The first site has a universal resource locator (URL) symbol for uniquely identifying an address of the first site on the WWW, and the s ...


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Thomas P Blumer, Peter R Amstein, Scott F Drellishak, Randy J Forgaard, Andrew J Schulert: Computer system and computer-implemented process for remote editing of computer files. Vermeer Technologies, Ronald M Anderson, March 24, 1998: US05732219 (305 worldwide citation)

A client/server computer system for remote editing of document objects stored on the server includes a client computer connected to a server computer via a communication channel over which messages are sent in a communication protocol. Typically, the client computer has an operating system with a fi ...


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James F Crossley: Method for multiple programs management within a network having a server computer and a plurality of remote computers. International Business Machines, C Lamont Whitham, Michael E Whitham, October 25, 1988: US04780821 (296 worldwide citation)

The procedure which allows users of a computer system comprising a plurality of computers connected in a local area network to share both file resources and application programs on the local area network without modification to existing programs which were designed to run in a non-network environmen ...


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William David Athing, Peter Foster Van Horne: Credit card operated computer on-line service communication system. Atcom, Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe, November 16, 1999: US05987498 (295 worldwide citation)

A computer network communication system collects messages from multiple electronic sources comprising network service providers and presents them to a system user in a common format that is selectable by the user. The system receives charge account information from the user and thereby recoups costs ...