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Jim Tom Belesiu, Sharon Drasnin, Michael A Schwager, Christopher Harry Stoumbos, Mark J Seilstad: Mobile device power state. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Ladislav Kusnyer, Judy Yee, Micky Minhas, June 2, 2015: US09047207 (35 worldwide citation)

Techniques for mobile device power state are described. In one or more implementations, a mobile device includes a computing device that is flexibly coupled to an input device via a flexible hinge. Accordingly, the mobile device can operate in a variety of different power states based on a positiona ...


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David Crawford Gibbon, Andrea Basso: Client-side scheduling for media transmissions according to client device states. AT&T Intellectual Property I, Andrew Gust, Guntin & Gust, April 18, 2017: US09629104 (1 worldwide citation)

A mobile device that incorporates the subject disclosure may perform, for example, obtaining performance characteristics for network segments of a network where the network segments are selected from a group of network segments of the network based on a trajectory of the mobile device. The mobile de ...


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Mobile Device Power State. September 5, 2013: US20130232353-A1

Techniques for mobile device power state are described. In one or more implementations, a mobile device includes a computing device that is flexibly coupled to an input device via a flexible hinge. Accordingly, the mobile device can operate in a variety of different power states based on a positiona ...


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Mobile Device Power State. MICROSOFT CORPORATION, September 5, 2013: US20130229568-A1

Techniques for mobile device power state are described. In one or more implementations, a mobile device includes a computing device that is flexibly coupled to an input device via a flexible hinge. Accordingly, the mobile device can operate in a variety of different power states based on a positiona ...


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CLIENT-SIDE SCHEDULING FOR MEDIA TRANSMISSIONS ACCORDING TO CLIENT DEVICE STATES. June 29, 2017: US20170188257-A1

A mobile device that incorporates the subject disclosure may perform, for example, obtaining performance characteristics for network segments of a network where the network segments are selected from a group of network segments of the network based on a trajectory of the mobile device. The mobile de ...


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CLIENT-SIDE SCHEDULING FOR MEDIA TRANSMISSIONS ACCORDING TO CLIENT DEVICE STATES. AT&T Intellectual Property I, November 1, 2018: US20180317117-A1

A mobile device that incorporates the subject disclosure may perform, for example, obtaining performance characteristics for network segments of a network where the network segments are selected from a group of network segments of the network based on a trajectory of the mobile device. The mobile de ...