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James D Tone: Alarm device for wallets and the like. Anthony Asquith & Co, July 23, 1991: US05034724 (16 worldwide citation)

A wallet is disclosed which incorporates an electrical alarm circuit for signalling that e.g. a credit card has not been properly returned to its compartment in the wallet. The electrical current is transferred from compartment to compartment, and from the battery and buzzer portion, by means of con ...


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Gaines Alvin M: Magnetic closure. February 13, 1973: US3716091 (15 worldwide citation)

A magnetic closure for keycases, pocketbooks, wallets, and other containers which provides a positive opening as well as a closing by means of magnets with respective North and South poles so positioned as to bring opposite poles into proximity for positive closing and like poles into proximity for ...


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Scott B Guthery: Integrated circuit devices with steganographic authentication, and steganographic authentication methods. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Haynes PLLC, August 17, 2004: US06779112 (15 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 steganographically authenticating identities and authorizing transactions based on the authenticated identities. The IC device has a memory and a proces ...


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Shamir Adi: Protecting smart cards from power analysis with detached power supplies. Yeda Res And Dev An Isr, July 4, 2001: EP1113386-A2 (14 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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Claude Sarno, Henri Bouteille: Connecting device for an assembly of line replaceable modules for electronic wallets and rack equipped with same for receiving such an assembly. Thomson CSF Sextant, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt P C, May 28, 2002: US06394815 (14 worldwide citation)

A device for connecting an array of electronic-card-carrying modular structures to an external installation with which a flow of signals can be established, and also providing communication between the various modular structures. The device includes, near the array of modular structures, a plate pro ...


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John H Senter: Protective device for billfolds and wallets. December 10, 1991: US05070581 (12 worldwide citation)

A security device comprising a close-link chain with a lock ring permanently joined to one end for the formation of a bridle in which the centerfold of a billfold or wallet is confined. The other end of the chain is permanently joined to a second lock ring of greater diameter which is removably conn ...


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William H Sullivan: Locking clips for security wallets and the like. Bruno J Verbeck, Michael L Slonecker, December 9, 1980: US04237583 (12 worldwide citation)

A security wallet be attached to the waistband of a person's garment for disposition between the person's body and the garment is securely but detachably mounted to the waistband by a locking device comprising an inverted U-shaped clip, at least one latch member on said clip interiorly thereof havin ...


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Everardo Dos Santos Faris, Paulo Luz Teixeira Jr, Marcos Batista Correa: Transceiver device for cell phones for tracking of objects. Robert M Downey P A, January 10, 2012: US08094011 (12 worldwide citation)

A system for tracking objects includes a radio frequency (RF) transceiver device integrated in a wireless handheld personal electronic device (e.g., cell phone, BLACKBERRY, iPHONE) having a visual display, a battery power source and a selection of distinct audible ringtones. The transceiver device c ...


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Gaines Alvin M: Magnetic closure. Henry Patrick F, July 9, 1974: US3822906 (12 worldwide citation)

A magnetic closure for keycases, pocketbooks, wallets, and other containers which provides positive opening as well as a closing by means of magnets with respective North and South poles so positioned as to bring opposite poles into proximity for positive closing and like poles into proximity for op ...


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Scott B Guthery: Integrated circuit card with situation dependent identity authentication. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, July 4, 2006: US07072869 (12 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.



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