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Gregg H Brown, Robert Everett Hyatt, Marc Paul Lefar, James Patrick Ryan: Multimedia services include method, system and apparatus operable in a different data processing network, and sync other commonly owned apparatus. AT&T Mobility II, Turocy & Watson, September 24, 2013: US08543095 (2 worldwide citation)

Architecture for accessing and purchasing multimedia services in a mobile terminal cellular environment. The architecture brings together the on-the-fly discovery of music and connectivity for the purchase or preview of multimedia services (e.g., music tracks). Provided is a music client on a cell p ...


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David D Minter, Albert S Baldocchi: Methods and systems for selecting internet radio program break content using mobile device location. Scot A Reader, May 28, 2013: US08452227 (2 worldwide citation)

Methods and systems for selecting content for outputting on a mobile device during a program break in an Internet radio stream using mobile device location information. In one aspect, the methods and systems seamlessly select content for outputting on a mobile device during a program break in an Int ...


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Luisa Attanasio, Giancarlo Carbone, Giuseppe Ciano, Francesco Lecciso, Luigi Pichetti, Stefano Sidoti: Dynamically optimizing delivery of multimedia content over a network. International Business Machines Corporation, DeLizio Gilliam PLLC, May 15, 2012: US08180906 (2 worldwide citation)

Communication device capabilities may change during an established multimedia session due to connection of a peripheral device. For example, a user listens to an Internet radio service on a mobile phone through a set of headphones. Later, the user connects the mobile phone to stereo system in a car. ...


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G Victor Treyz, Susan M Treyz: Digital audio devices. March 29, 2011: US07916579 (2 worldwide citation)

An alarm clock radio is provided that handles downloaded audio files and streaming digital audio files. The alarm clock radio may have buttons and displays that allow the user to adjust various alarm clock radio settings. The user may also adjust settings remotely over the Internet or over an in-hom ...


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Sachin G Deshpande: Systems and methods for implementing a metadata station for an internet radio service. Sharp Laboratories of America, Madson & Austin, December 30, 2008: US07471677 (2 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for implementing a metadata station for an internet radio service are disclosed. An exemplary method involves exposing a plurality of Internet radio stations and a metadata station. Requests are received for the metadata station. The Internet radio stations that will have metadat ...


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Soam Acharya: System and method for recommending songs. Yahoo, James J DeCarlo, Greenberg Traurig, August 24, 2010: US07783623 (2 worldwide citation)

A system and method, operable by a processor running on a computing device and stored on a tangible computer readable medium, the system and method creating continuous, fixed duration, fixed size, or other such playlists for use on an individual listener's portable music player, as a programming gui ...


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Jerald R Howcroft, Paul Van Vleck: System and method for an interactive internet radio application in an internet protocol television system. AT&T Intellectual Property I, Guntin & Gust, Jay Anderson, June 4, 2013: US08458749 (2 worldwide citation)

A set-top box for an Internet protocol television (IPTV) network includes a radio interface module, a remote control interface module, and a display interface module. The radio interface module accesses an Internet radio service on the IPTV network and outputs a list of Internet radio stations recei ...


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David D Minter, Albert S Baldocchi: Methods and systems for selecting internet radio program break content using mobile device location. Scot A Reader, October 15, 2013: US08559866 (2 worldwide citation)

Methods and systems for selecting content for outputting on a mobile device during a program break in an Internet radio stream using mobile device location information. In one aspect, the methods and systems seamlessly select content for outputting on a mobile device during a program break in an Int ...


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Lee Jeffrey S, Bhaskaran Parvathy, Curcuzella Mathew, Knappenberger David T: A method and apparatus for remotely configuring a wireless communication device. Motorola, January 16, 2002: GB2364217-A (2 worldwide citation)

An internet radio (180) for portable applications and uses such as in an automobile (184) enables providing navigational services (202) to be provided to a wireless communication device, and comprises the steps of remotely configuring a format for providing content on said wireless communication dev ...


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Scott A Steele, William P Alberth: Remotely configurable multimedia entertainment and information system with location based advertising. Motorola, April 18, 2002: US20020046084-A1 (2 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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