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Susan K Candelaria, Scott M Carlson, John R Flanagan, Roger G Hathorn, Matthew J Kalos, Louis W Ricci, Dale F Riedy: Facilitating transport mode input/output operations between a channel subsystem and input/output devices. International Business Machines Corporation, Cantor Colburn, Steven Chiu, January 1, 2013: US08346978

A computer program product is configured for performing a method including: receiving at least one command message specifying an I/O operation at a control unit from a channel subsystem, the at least one command message including one or more device command words (DCWs) having a data count and a supp ...


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Scott M Carlson, Daniel F Casper, John R Flanagan, Roger G Hathorn, Matthew J Kalos, Louis W Ricci, Dale F Riedy, Harry M Yudenfriend: Facilitating transport mode input/output operations between a channel subsystem and input/output devices. International Business Machines Corporation, Cantor Colburn, Steven Chiu, November 13, 2012: US08312176

A computer program product is provided for performing: sending, by a channel subsystem, a process login (PRLI) request message to the control unit that indicates whether the channel subsystem supports bi-directional data transfer; receiving a PRLI response message from the control unit that indicate ...


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Bas Ording: List scrolling and document translation, scaling, and rotation on a touch-screen display. Apple, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, December 23, 2008: US07469381 (336 worldwide citation)

In accordance with some embodiments, a computer-implemented method for use in conjunction with a device with a touch screen display is disclosed. In the method, a movement of an object on or near the touch screen display is detected. In response to detecting the movement, an electronic document disp ...


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Steven L Rueben, Gabriel Jakobson: Digital maps displaying search-resulting points-of-interest in user delimited regions. August 13, 2013: US08510045 (312 worldwide citation)

A method, system and apparatus for displaying points-of-interest (“POIs”) on a digital map are disclosed. One such method includes: presenting a digital map on a graphical display of an electronic device, wherein the digital map comprises map tiles and corresponds to a geographic region; receiving f ...


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Daniel C Robbins, Steven M Drucker, Andrew D Wilson, Kristen Nilsen Nye, Joel P Dehlin: Using physical objects to adjust attributes of an interactive display application. Microsoft Corporation, Workman Nydegger, June 22, 2010: US07743348 (184 worldwide citation)

Input is provided to an application using a plurality of physical objects disposed adjacent to an interactive display surface. A primary location is determined where a primary physical object, e.g., a finger or thumb of the user, is positioned adjacent to the interactive display surface. An addition ...


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John D Haddick, Ralph F Osterhout: Video display modification based on sensor input for a see-through near-to-eye display. Microsoft Corporation, Rachael Vaughn, Leonard Smith, Micky Minhas, February 24, 2015: US08964298 (158 worldwide citation)

This disclosure concerns a near field communication (NFC) device which includes a wrist-worn NFC-enabled electronics device, wherein the wrist-worn NFC enabled electronics device includes a first communications link for communicating with a second NFC-enabled electronics device via NFC protocols, an ...


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Avi Bar Zeev, Alex Aben Athar Kipman: Head-mounted display device which provides surround video. Microsoft Corporation, Vierra Magen Marcus, November 5, 2013: US08576276 (137 worldwide citation)

A see-through head-mounted display (HMD) device, e.g., in the form of augmented reality glasses, allows a user to view a video display device and an associated augmented reality image. In one approach, the augmented reality image is aligned with edges of the video display device to provide a larger, ...


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Blaine M Smith, Timothy M Simon: Thermostat with touch-screen display. Tim Simon, James F Hann, Haynes Beffel & Wolfeld, November 27, 2007: US07302642 (137 worldwide citation)

A thermostat is programmable by entering input through a large-format touch-screen display. The touch-screen display displays different sets of icons depending on the mode the thermostat is in. A set of icons is displayed in one mode that allows the user to put the thermostat in a temporary operatin ...


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John D Haddick, Ralph F Osterhout, Robert Michael Lohse: System and method for social networking gaming with an augmented reality. Microsoft Corporation, Rachael Vaughn, Jim Ross, Micky Minhas, August 26, 2014: US08814691 (124 worldwide citation)

This disclosure concerns an interactive, head-mounted eyepiece with an integrated processor for handling content for display and an integrated image source for introducing the content to an optical assembly through which the user views a surrounding environment and the displayed content. A wireless ...


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Nicholas M Hofmeister, Dane T Storrusten: Peel back user interface to show hidden functions. Microsoft Corporation, Workman Nydegger, March 9, 2010: US07676767 (124 worldwide citation)

A user is able to access additional functions not represented in a current image displayed by a graphical user interface. At least one function not presented on the current image is represented by a symbol on an underlying image that is at least partially covered by the current image. When the user ...