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Kotzin Michael D, Alameh Rachid: Method and apparatus for content management and control. Motorola A Corporation Of The State Of Delaware, Kotzin Michael D, Alameh Rachid, NOSKOWICZ David S, November 3, 2005: WO/2005/103860 (7 worldwide citation)

A handheld electronic device (100) includes at least one context sensor (120) and a microprocessor (204), and a user interface (104). The context sensor detects (306) either a contextual characteristic of the device (e.g., ambient light, motion of the device or proximity to or contact another object ...


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Kotzin Michael D, Alameh Rachid: Method and apparatus for content management and control. Motorola, December 27, 2006: EP1735682-A1

A handheld electronic device (100) includes at least one context sensor (120) and a microprocessor (204), and a user interface (104). The context sensor detects (306) either a contextual characteristic of the device (e.g., ambient light, motion of the device or proximity to or contact another object ...


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Michael D Kotzin, Rachid Alameh: Method and apparatus for content management and control. Motorola, October 6, 2005: US20050219211-A1

A handheld electronic device (100) includes at least one context sensor (120) and a microprocessor (204), and a user interface (104). The context sensor detects (306) either a contextual characteristic of the device (e.g., ambient light, motion of the device or proximity to or contact another object ...


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Ng Richard, Cox Daniel B, Allore Joseph L: Method and apparatus for content management and control. Motorola, Ng Richard, Cox Daniel B, Allore Joseph L, NOSKOWICZ David S, May 11, 2006: WO/2006/049920

A handheld electronic device includes at least one context sensor and a microprocessor, and a user interface. The context sensor detects (306) either a contextual characteristic of the device (e.g., ambient light, motion of the device or proximity to or contact another object or how the user is hold ...


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Kotzin Michael D, Alameh Rachid: Method and apparatus for content management and control. Motorola, January 16, 2007: KR1020067020352

A handheld electronic device (100) includes at least one context sensor (120) and a microprocessor (204), and a user interface (104). The context sensor detects (306) either a contextual characteristic of the device (e.g., ambient light, motion of the device or proximity to or contact another object ...