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Nomura Yasuhiro, Sendai Yoshiiku, Nehashi Satoshi, Wakai Yoichi: Portable information equipment and information storage medium. Seiko Epson, June 16, 2000: JP2000-163031 (915 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an electronic book and a portable information equipment capable of realizing functions such as rotating, magnifying, reducing and scrolling of a map picture with a human interface having satisfactory operability and to provide an information storage medium to be used ...


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Jeffrey Schindler, Theodore W Waitt, Randall Farwell: Home entertainment system combining complex processor capability with a high quality display. Gateway 2000, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, October 7, 1997: US05675390 (371 worldwide citation)

An entertainment system has a personal computer as the heart of the system with a large screen VGA quality monitor as the display of choice. The system has digital satellite broadcast reception, decompression and display capability with multiple radio frequency remote control devices which transmit ...


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Thomas P Moran, Scott L Minneman, Steve R Harrison, Donald G Kimber, William J van Melle, Polle T Zellweger, Gordon P Kurtenbach, Lynn D Wilcox, Sara A Bly, William C Janssen Jr, L Charles Hebel: System for the capture and replay of temporal data representing collaborative activities. Xerox Corporation, Richard B Domingo, February 10, 1998: US05717879 (360 worldwide citation)

A system for the capture and playback of temporal data representing a collaborative activity such as a meeting. Such temporal data is captured by one or more capture devices (e.g. audio recordings or an electronic whiteboard). Temporal data is comprised of timestreams and events. Timestreams are set ...


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Daniel E Munyan: Personal electronic book system. Earl F Clifford & Clifford Law Firm Clifford, June 2, 1998: US05761485 (334 worldwide citation)

The Personal Electronic Book System invention replaces a standard handheld book with an electronic equivalent. The invention is sized and configured to be book size and to open like a book for use. When opened, the user sees two facing page-like touch-sensitive, display screens with black print on w ...


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Stan T Barone, Ian R Hepburn, Gary E Fladmoe, Robert D Vavra: Method and apparatus for remotely and centrally controlling a plurality of host processors. Unisys Corporation, LeRoy D Maunu, Charles A Johnson, Mark T Starr, May 24, 1994: US05315711 (317 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for controlling a plurality of host processors from either a single remote workstation or a plurality of remote workstations. The user interface and level of control at the remote workstation is identical to that which is available at the host processor operations console. Oper ...


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Michael S Lebby, Thomas H Blair, Gary F Witting: Electronic book. Motorola, Gary F Witting, Eugene A Parsons, July 9, 1996: US05534888 (234 worldwide citation)

A multi-piece body (102) having a first hollow body (103) with a surface (105) and a second hollow body (108) with a surface (110) is provided. The first hollow body (103) and the second hollow body (108) is hingeably affixed such that the surface (105) of the first hollow body (103) and the surface ...


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Thomas P Moran, Donald G Kimber, William J van Melle, Gordon P Kurtenbach: Computer controlled display system activities using correlated graphical and timeline interfaces for controlling replay of temporal data representing collaborative activities. Xerox Corporation, Richard B Domingo, July 28, 1998: US05786814 (228 worldwide citation)

A system for controlling the playback of a recorded session. Timestream and event information for the session is captured by one or more recording devices. Playback of a session is performed under the control of a session access device. A session access device utilizes event information to create a ...


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Hideo Ohara: Electronic cash register system for food dispensing business. Omron Tateisi Electronics Co, August 2, 1983: US04396985 (204 worldwide citation)

An electronic cash register system for a food dispensing business comprises an electronic cash register main body and an order information entering unit. The entering unit is adapted to collect and store as order information the information concerning codes of the items such as foods and drinks orde ...


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Moshe Lichtman, Mark R Enstrom, Thomas E Lennon, Ralph A Lipe, Pierre Yves Santerre, Robert T Short, David W Voth: System for configuring devices for a computer system. Microsoft Corporation, Jones & Askew, July 28, 1998: US05787246 (199 worldwide citation)

A system for configuring devices of a computer system without user intervention. Device information for each of the devices is collected to uniquely identify the devices and to describe the device characteristics associated with the operation of devices with the computer. Computer resources, which s ...


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Michael J Suman: Prompting system for vehicle personalization. Prince Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, June 11, 1996: US05525977 (192 worldwide citation)

A personalization system for vehicles uses a CD player and a keyless entry transmitter. The CD player outputs audible prompting signals including accessory operation choices. The driver selects accessory operation by pressing the "LOCK" or "UNLOCK" switch on the keyless entry key fob following an as ...