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Scott B Guthery: Integrated circuit card with situation dependent identity authentication. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, August 17, 2004: US06779113 (41 worldwide citation)

This invention concerns an integrated circuit (IC) device, such as smart cards, electronic wallets, PC cards, and the like, and various methods, for authenticating identities and authorizing transactions based on the authenticated identities in a situation-dependent manner. The IC device has a memor ...


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Scott E Jordan: Personal assistant garment. Boyle Fredrickson Newholm Stein & Gratz S C, December 7, 2004: US06826782 (35 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to clothing and more particularly to a garment designed to hold portable electronic devices and other items such as wallets, keys, etc. The garment has at least one and preferably more than one pocket to hold an electronic device, i.e., cell phone. Each pocket includes ...


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Graetz Herbert: Multi-pocket card holder and wallet structure. December 11, 1973: US3777795 (33 worldwide citation)

A multi-pocket card holder especially suitable for wallets comprises a backing panel having a plurality of card pocket panel sections thereon each of which has a top edge exposed in staggered relation to the other sections. At least one of the sections has a lower edge concealed and contiguous to th ...


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Timothy Ryan: Retractable leash pack. Ryan Product Marketing, Lathrop & Gage L C, November 13, 2001: US06314917 (30 worldwide citation)

The retractable leash pack of the invention is a compartmentalized pack—made of typical back pack materials such as Nylon, webbing, mesh and VELCRO®—that fits securely to a retractable dog leash. The various compartments provide for carrying dog waste, waste disposal bags, treats, keys, wallets and ...


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Mark R Reinholdson: Disposable camera. Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, September 3, 1991: US05045871 (25 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the present invention, a disposable camera is provided. The disposable camera preferably includes a disposable camera housing and an elongated attachment member detachably attached to the camera housing. When the camera's user is threatened by another individual, the user can use ...


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Ellen Lasch, Lisa Ann Morrill Webb, Priscilla Gandel, Tracey R Thomas: Foldable transaction card systems for non-traditionally-sized transaction cards. American Express Travel Related Services Company, McDermott Will & Emery, March 25, 2008: US07347360 (24 worldwide citation)

Transaction cards having one or more folds therein for compact and easily stored transaction cards are provided. Moreover, foldable transaction cards are provided having one or more holes or apertures therein for holding key chains, or other devices for attaching the transaction cards to other items ...


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Melvin S Mogil: Pack structure. California Innovations, Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Kahn PLLC, July 25, 2000: US06092661 (23 worldwide citation)

An insulated pack has a main, insulated compartment suitable for holding refreshments at either a warmed or chilled temperature. It also has another compartment for valuables that has receptacles for such objects as cellular telephone handsets, wallets, and keys. It has a reinforced web framework st ...


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Michael H Markham, Rudolf S Ruston: Safe deposit apparatus. Chubb, Ridout & Maybee, December 4, 1979: US04176610 (22 worldwide citation)

In a safe deposit apparatus of the type having a horizontally pivoted sector-shaped door with an interior pocket formed by a pivoted wall serving to eject articles from the pocket when the door is closed, the pivoted wall is normally biassed to the pocket-forming position and is displaceable therefr ...


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Sasson Rejwan: Apparatus for cataloguing photographs and negatives. Berkey Photo, Neuman Williams Anderson & Olson, July 23, 1985: US04530176 (21 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for cataloguing and storing photographic prints and negatives in the same aesthetically designed case. In one embodiment, a negative album is placed in one compartment of the case, and a second compartment of the case retains a plurality of separately bound and identifiable photograph a ...


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Adi Shamir: Protecting smart cards from power analysis with detachable power supplies. Yeda Research and Development, Martin Fleit, Paul D Bianco, Fleit Kain Gibbons Gutman & Bongini, January 14, 2003: US06507913 (21 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for protecting smart cards against simple and differential power attacks when they are inserted into card readers controlled by other entities. The technique is particularly useful in financial applications such as ATM cards, credit cards, and electronic wallets, in which card ...



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