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7,251,320 Call initiation via calendar
Issued: July 31, 2007
Filed: September 15, 2006
U.S. Class: 379/202.01
Abstract: A system and method for initiating calls via electronic calendar is disclosed. A call list is associated by a user to a particular time and day within the electronic calendar. When the particular day and time arrives, the call list is forwarded to a service which executes the call list, and subsequently contacts the members of the call list through a telephone network. Once a connection is established, the user and the members of the list are linked to a conference bridge.
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7,250,853 Surveillance system
Issued: July 31, 2007
Filed: December 10, 2004
U.S. Class: 340/506
Abstract: A surveillance system is provided. The system includes at least one target detection sensor, a plurality of adjustable identification sensors and a system controller. The syste controller is coupled to the at least one target detection sensor and the plurality of adjustable identification sensors. The system controller processes data from the plurality of target detection sensors, applies threat criteria, and, when a target is identified as a threat, the system controller selects at least one of the plurality of adjustable identification sensors and adjusts a sensing input of the selected one of the plurality of adjustable identification sensors to capture information on the identified target. The system also includes a monitoring station that is adapted to receive signals from the selected one of the adjustable identification sensors and to display the captured information.
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7,251,665 Determining a known character string equivalent to a query string
Issued: July 31, 2007
Filed: May 3, 2001
U.S. Class: 707/104.1
Abstract: A system, method, and computer program product perform text equivalencing. The text equivalencing is performed by modifying a string of characters by applying a set of heuristics, comparing the modified strings of characters to known strings of characters. If a match is found, the text equivalencing engine performs database update and exits. If no match is found, sub-strings are formed by grouping together frequently occurring sets of characters. An information retrieval technique is performed on the sub-strings to determine equivalent text.
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A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit by Coca-Cola Co. (KO) that charged its rival PepsiCo Inc. (PEP) with patent infringement on a collapsible bag that dispenses syrup for fountain sodas. It was the third such lawsuit Atlanta-based Coca-Cola has brought against PepsiCo or its affiliates in the past six years. The decision was issued Wednesday by Judge Richard Story of the U.S. District Court in Atlanta. Coca-Cola Co. is the biggest soft-drink company in the world. Purchase, N.Y.- based PepsiCo Inc., is second-largest. "It confirmed what we knew all along, that there was no infringement," PepsiCo spokesman Dave DeCecco said. Coca-Cola was reviewing the decision and an appeal may be forthcoming, said spokesman Dana Bolden. The company has 30 days to decide.
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A U.S. district court judge has ruled that eBay Inc. can continue to use its "buy it now" feature even though a patent infringement ruling against the feature continues to stand. Judge Jerome Friedman of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia denied an injunction request by MercExchange LLC, which successfully sued eBay for patent infringement in 2003. But Friedman also said he would move forward with MercExchange's efforts to collect the US$25 million patent infringement award against eBay.
Posted by GEN-ERIC at 12:02:32 am into the following categories: In The News
The inventor of a computer software encryption scheme filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Microsoft, claiming the operating system giant is illegally using that technology in Windows XP and Vista. The patent for “computer implemented secret object key block cipher encryption and digital signal device” was granted in 2001 to Luciano Paone, then of Safecourier Software in Kings Park, N.Y. Paone is seeking damages, triple damages and an injunction against Microsoft. The technology in question is based on a 4,096-bit encryption model and a 2,048-bit secret key digital signature process. In addition, the object keys are dynamic, changing throughout the encryption process.
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Biothera and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) filed a patent infringement lawsuit today against Biorgin, a Brazilian company, for selling beta 1,3/1,6 gluco polysaccharide ingredients in the U.S. for nutritional supplements and functional foods. Biothera and MIT charged Biorigin with six counts of patent infringement in a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois. Massachusetts Institute of Technology owns and licenses to Biothera certain patents that are part of the litigation. The plaintiffs seek a permanent injunction and unspecified damages from Biorigin. “Biothera has a formidable intellectual property portfolio that provides exclusivity to market our gluco polysaccharide in the U.S.,” said Richard G. Mueller, Biothera president and chief executive officer. Biothera has more than 40 U.S. patents and patents pending, as well as additional patents in more than 20 countries, protecting the matter of composition, manufacturing and use of beta 1,3/1,6 gluco polysaccharide derived from yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae).
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7,247,782 Genetic music
Issued: July 24, 2007
Filed: January 8, 2004
U.S. Class: 84/600
Abstract: Genetic music generated by decoding and transcribing genetic information within a DNA sequence into a music signal having melody and harmony, and useful in the producion of novely consumer products, identification systems, and diagnostic tools.
Posted by GEN-ERIC at 11:37:54 am into the following categories: Patents of the Day
7,249,175 Method and system for blocking e-mail having a nonexistent sender address
Issued: July 24, 2007
Filed: April 12, 2000
U.S. Class: 709/225
Abstract: A system and method for filtering undesirable e-mail with forged nonexistent sender addresses in real time without sending a message to that sender. A server or proxy rejects electronic messages having a nonexistent sender address by establishing a connection to an authorized mailhost for the domain of the sender address and using discrete transactions during the protocol setup phase to determine if that mailhost will accept mail for the sender address. If the authorized mailhost for the sender address will not accept mail for that address, then the sender address is determined to not exist and the message can be safely rejected.
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7,248,159 User-centric event reporting
Issued: July 24, 2007
Filed: December 30, 2004
U.S. Class: 340/539.13
Abstract: A system and method for receiving hazard and event information in a mobile unit and using that information to warn a user of an event or future hazard with reference to the mobile unit's location and/or intended direction of travel is provided. A hazard location algorithm compares a forecast location of each mobile unit with a forecast hazard and transmits a warning to each mobile unit that is predicted to encounter the hazard. As the mobile unit moves, its actual position is updated in an event center, and a revised warning is transmitted to the mobile unit as applicable. Warnings include audio warnings for playback and/or visual warnings for display on the mobile device. Users may also wirelessly report events or hazards to a central server in an event center by sending data to the event center via a wireless communications network. Secondary information may be included, based on the selected event type.
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Taiwan's Acer Inc. said Friday it has filed a counterclaim in a U.S. court against a patent infringement lawsuit by Hewlett-Packard Co. Acer said in a statement it filed the counterclaim Thursday with the District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. In late March, HP filed a lawsuit at the same court, alleging Acer had violated five patents covering technologies that included DVD editing, managing power consumption in portable computers and ways to use multiple microprocessor chips. HP also filed another lawsuit against Acer in April at the International Trade Commission alleging infringement of four of the same patents.
Posted by GEN-ERIC at 12:14:28 am into the following categories: In The News
General Protecht, an electrical product manufacturer based in East China's Zhejiang Province, has won a three-year patent infringement lawsuit in the United States. According to a Federal Court ruling in New Mexico, the ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) products of General Protecht did not infringe upon the patents of the US company Leviton. Beginning in April 2004, Leviton filed lawsuits against several customers of General Protecht in New Mexico, Florida and California, alleging several patent infringements of its products. GFCI is a small electrical device often used in houses. They can reduce the risk of electrocution. "It's a great win for General Protecht, which has always respected the intellectual property rights (IPR) of others," said Chen Wusheng, president of the company. It shows a Chinese company, which conducts business in the US, can be treated fairly and impartially according to the rule of law, he added.
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The suit alleges the Staples Corp brand of computer accessories Gel Mousepads and Wristrests infringe Prokop Labs US Patent 5,566,913.The suit seeks compensatory damages and a permanent injunction precluding Staples Corp from selling the infringing products in the U.S. The lawsuit was filed in Seattle at the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington. “Our Patents are core assets. They represent countless hours of research to develop our Gel-eez® line of ergonomic products, they have sold world wide for several years. We plan to vigorously defend our patent rights, preferably through negotiated license agreements, or through the courts” said, David Prokop, founder of Prokop Labs, LLC (a former Microsoft Program Manager and Kinesiologist). Prokop Labs Gel-eez ® line of computer accessories Gel mousepads and wristrests represents an engineering breakthrough. It’s patented thermal gel offers several advantages for computer users, with a cool, comfortable Gel Wristrest pad. This is a key benefit particularly in computer office ergonomics, where comfort and proper hand position help reduce inflammation caused by keyboard carpal tunnel and repetitive motion injuries.
Posted by GEN-ERIC at 12:09:20 am into the following categories: In The News
7,246,068 Computerized system for combining insurance company and credit card transactions
Issued: July 17, 2007
Filed: August 10, 2001
U.S. Class: 705/2
Abstract: A method and apparatus for combining a credit card account with a medical services or insurance account. A client establishes a credit card account and links the credit card account to an insurance policy or medical services account. The client uses the credit card and generates rebates used to offset the cost of the insurance policy or make payments into the medical services account. The form of the rebate depends on the type of insurance policy or medical services account selected by the client. An interactive Web site is provided for creation, coordination, and monitoring of the linked credit card accounts and insurance policies. A client uses the interactive Web site to explore different insurance policies and the effects of using credit card rebates to offset the price of an insurance policy. The interactive Web site also provides services for the client to maintain and monitor the linked accounts.
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7,245,704 Automated third party call activated when 911 dialed
Issued: July 17, 2007
Filed: January 30, 2004
U.S. Class: 379/45
Abstract: Methods, systems, and apparatuses that operate with different communications devices, different users, and/or different communications networks to generate, enable, disable, transmit, and/or otherwise control an Emergency Third Party Communications Signal. According to embodiments of this invention, a communications network establishes an emergency communications link between a calling party and an emergency response call center. Thereafter, the communications network automatically associates a third party to add to the emergency communications link and uses the Emergency Third Party Communications Signal to establish an emergency conferencing communications link between the third party, the calling party, and/or the emergency response call center.
Posted by GEN-ERIC at 11:00:37 am into the following categories: Patents of the Day
7,246,157 Systems and methods for underwriting coverage for data transmissions
Issued: July 17, 2007
Filed: February 4, 2006
U.S. Class: 709/217
Abstract: The present invention provides systems and methods which afford a technical application for insuring, bonding, and underwriting a transmission of a data set, streaming data, and/or document over the Internet through TCP/IP and all other electronic media such as WAP, VOIP, fiber optic channels, microwave channels, and through standard electrical switches, electrical outlets and power lines. The present invention includes a computer readable medium having computer executable instruction to cause a system perform a method for insuring, bonding, and/or underwriting data transmission. The method includes enabling a first remote client coupled to a communications network to insure, bond, and/or underwrite a transmission of an electronic data set, streaming data, and/or document, with a selected coverage type for a selected coverage amount, from the first remote client to one or more second remote clients. The method includes charging a fee to an appropriate account for the selected coverage type and amount.
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Eye drug developer QLT Inc. (TSX:QLT) is on the hook for nearly US$70 million in past penalties and tens of millions of dollars for future sales of its Visudyne drug in the wake of a legal decision by a U.S. district court Tuesday. The Vancouver company said the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts affirmed a 2006 decision by a federal jury that had found QLT liable for unfair trade practices and ordered it to pay damages to the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. Under the decision the company must pay US$69.6 million as past damages for royalties, plus interest and legal fees, and royalties on future Visudyne sales.
Posted by GEN-ERIC at 12:04:12 am into the following categories: In The News
Competitive Technologies, Inc. announced today that CTT, its client, the University of Illinois, and all Fujitsu defendants have reached a settlement in the long-standing patent infringement suit regarding US Patent Nos. 4,866,349 and 5,081,400 covering plasma display panels (PDPs) and related circuitry. As part of the settlement, CTT will pay Fujitsu a minor portion of the approximately $233,000 costs awarded to Fujitsu by the courts in 2006. The parties will dismiss with prejudice all claims and counterclaims in the suit.
Posted by GEN-ERIC at 12:03:02 am into the following categories: In The News
Warner Music Group said Thursday it would drop its patent infringement lawsuit against social-networking site imeem, instead offering access to the music giant's catalog for a cut of the startup's revenue. Imeem didn't disclose the percentage of revenue it would share with Warner. In May, Warner Music sued San Francisco-based imeem , charging the company let users share copyrighted content without permission. Imeem now says it wants to offer other record labels a share of the profit from its music-sharing service in exchange for access to copyrighted content.
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Medtronic Inc., the world's largest maker of devices used to regulate heart rhythms, was sued by Spectranetics Corp. over a technology for sucking deposits out of blood vessels, the heart and lungs. Medtronic's Export XT 6F model aspiration catheter is among the products that violate a U.S. patent covering a device and method for removing intravascular, pulmonary and cardiac obstructions, Spectranetics said July 10 in a complaint in federal court in Austin, Texas. Spectranetics, a maker of medical lasers based in Colorado Springs, asked the court to block Minneapolis-based Medtronic from using the patented technology and to award cash compensation for past infringement.
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7,240,619 Identifiable bullet which is unduplicatable
Issued: July 10, 2007
Filed: March 9, 2006
U.S. Class: 102/430
Abstract: This invention is intended to provide an identifiable bullet which is unduplicatable by a third party.The means is to place plural (two or more) kinds of identification codes onto or into a bullet and to make the identification codes mutually related. By this means the bullet remains identifiable. Next, the means is to make at least one kind of the identification code or codes ciphered. By this means the mutual relations among the identification codes become confidential to a third party, so that the bullet becomes unduplicatable.In one embodiment, each identification code is placed in a different kind of material, and this enables an investigator to detect and compare the identification codes more easily after shooting of the bullet.In another embodiment, each kind of identification code or codes is placed in a different kind of material.
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7,243,231 Sensory verification of shared data
Issued: July 10, 2007
Filed: July 31, 2002
U.S. Class: 713/168
Abstract: In one embodiment, a method for sensory verification comprises exchanging at least one data item with a computing unit and selecting a sequence number. Such selection may be accomplished by generation of the sequence number or manual entry by the user. Thereafter, a transformation is periodically performed on the data item, the sequence number and optionally a random value to produce a sequence of values, each value being used to produce a perceivable sensory element for comparison with another sensory element produced by another computing unit.
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7,240,688 Retrofitting a fire hydrant with secondary valve
Issued: July 10, 2007
Filed: March 2, 2006
U.S. Class: 137/15.02
Abstract: The present invention relates to methods and devices for retrofitting fire hydrants with additional structure for reducing the potential that those with ill intent can foul municipal water supplies by introducing toxins or other materials into fire hydrants. Various embodiments include a seat and elongated member for efficient and cost effective installation and cooperation with valves, which close off portions of the hydrant otherwise available for receipt of toxic or other materials when the fire hydrant nozzle cap is unscrewed and open.
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Call it a case of Web 1.0 vs. Web 2.0. The controversy stems from development work done at Ikimbo, one of the original Internet companies. The company was developing an enterprise-level groupware application framework. In a 2001 position paper, Ikimbo described itself as “developing a real-time platform for accelerating business communications across the value-chain.” Ikimbo closed down in 2004, but it left behind a patent, applied for in 2000 by the inventors and subsequently issued by the U.S. Patent Office 2003, that became the property of Cross Atlantic Capital Partners, a venture capital management firm based in Radnor, Pa. The patent, entitled “System for creating a community of users with common interests to interact in,” was a continuation of another patent issued in 1998 to the inventors. Cross Atlantic contends that the patent was issued prior to development of the now-popular Facebook Web site—a poster child of the Web 2.0 era—which uses the same technology and which went live on Feb. 4, 2004. Cross Atlantic filed suit in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, claiming that Facebook is in violation of that patent. Cross Atlantic is seeking an injunction, royalties and punitive damages.
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Sonosite Inc., a Washington state-based ultrasound firm, has filed a patent infringement suit against General Electric Co. in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin in Madison, Sonosite said Thursday. The complaint is filed as a counterclaim to a GE complaint filed in May alleging Sonosite, which makes hand-held ultrasound systems, of infringing five of its patents. Sonosite is filing its answer to the complaint denying all of GE’s claims and alleging that the asserted patents are either invalid, not infringed or both. A GE spokesman did not return phone calls seeking comment. Complaints from both companies seek "unspecified monetary damages" and an injunction to prevent the companies from using the technologies in question.
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Baxter International Inc., the world's biggest maker of treatments for blood disease, settled a patent-infringement suit with Talecris Biotherapeutics Inc. over a means of preparing injectable antibodies, on the eve of trial. Talecris, based in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, sued Baxter in federal court in Delaware in 2005 over the patent, licensed from Bayer HealthCare LLC, for a method of clearing viruses from serum to treat people with weakened immune systems. A jury trial was set to begin today in Wilmington, Delaware, before Chief U.S. District Judge Gregory M. Sleet. "I can confirm that the terms of the settlement are confidential," Talecris spokeswoman Lacy McMahon said in a statement. Baxter spokeswoman Deborah Spak said the trial was canceled and also declined to give details of the settlement. In the complaint, Talecris contended it would be "irreparably harmed" by the importation and sale of Baxter's infringing Gammagard Liquid product, and asked for a ruling to stop sales until the patent expires in 2020.
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Shares in biotechnology company Ciphergen Biosystems Inc. fell Friday after it agreed to pay $600,000 to Health Discovery Corp. to settle a patent infringement case. Under the terms of the agreement, Ciphergen will pay Savannah, Ga.-based Health Discovery and receive a non-exclusive license to use its support vector machines, Health Discovery said. Fremont, Calif.-based Ciphergen also dropped all counterclaims against HDC, a biomarker discovery company. Biomarkers act as the signals that stem cells give off when exposed to a certain drug or disease.
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7,239,723 Method for verifying the identity of a passenger
Issued: July 3, 2007
Filed: October 23, 2000
U.S. Class: 382/115
Abstract: A conveyance boarding pass includes a human-cognizable image of a passenger as well as the travel itinerary details. The human-cognizable image is collected using a device capable of generating an electronic image at a time when the identification of the passenger is verified. Upon presenting the boarding pass the identity of the bearer is checked against the human-cognizable image on the boarding pass to maintain the security of the transport system. The electronic image optionally is stored in a computer database in combination with the travel itinerary details for further security and other uses.
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7,239,912 Electric modulation of sympathetic nervous system
Issued: July 3, 2007
Filed: September 13, 2002
U.S. Class: 607/2
Abstract: A method for the treatment of obesity or other disorders, by electrical activation or inhibition of the sympathetic nervous system. This activation or inhibition can be accomplished by electrically stimulating the greater splanchnic nerve or other portion of the sympathetic nervous system using an implantable pulse generator. This nerve activation can result in reduced food intake and increased energy expenditure. Reduced food intake may occur through a variety of mechanisms that reduce appetite and cause satiety. Increased adrenal gland hormone levels will result in increased energy expenditure. Fat and carbohydrate metabolism, which are also increased by sympathetic nerve activation, will accompany the increased energy expenditure.
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7,240,290 Telephone call initiation through an on-line search
Issued: July 3, 2007
Filed: April 9, 2004
U.S. Class: 715/764
Abstract: There are disclosed methods and apparatus for telephone call initiation through an on-line search. A search response includes at least one hit corresponding to a search request, an ad having a dial link, and instructions for triggering a multi-leg phone call with a merchant phone number associated with the dial link and a user phone number. The dial link has a display portion. The search response is displayed, and the dial link is activated. A call trigger is generated in accordance with the instructions in the search response. The call trigger is for initiating a multi-leg phone call with the user phone number and the merchant phone number.
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Sometimes it pays to stay local. On Monday search engine Local.com's shares rocketed almost 70% Monday after it announced received a patent for the technology it uses that responds to directory assistance inquiries with voice-enabled and text-messaged systems. The patent also includes a referral system which monetizes local searches. The Irvine, Calif.-based search engine offers local search results and advertising to 10 million visitors a month. The site’s mobile service, Local Mobile, sends search results directly to cellular phones and devices.
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Online DVD rental service Netflix has settled a patent infringement lawsuit against Blockbuster, ending an attempt to thwart the rapid growth of its biggest rival. Terms of the settlement were kept confidential. In Securities and Exchange Commission documents filed Wednesday, Blockbuster said the settlement won't affect its future performance. U.S. District Judge William Alsup in San Francisco dismissed the 14-month-old case Tuesday at the request of both companies, averting a jury trial scheduled to begin in September. The secrecy surrounding the settlement raises the possibility that the two rivals had reached a "sweetheart agreement" that may stifle competition, said Scott Kamber, a New York lawyer who has filed a separate lawsuit alleging that Netflix abused the patent process in an attempt to monopolize the market for online DVD rentals.
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Biotechnology company StemCells Inc. said Thursday it has agreed to a stay in its patent-dispute lawsuit against Neuralstem Inc. while the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office re-examines the patents in question. StemCells' lawsuit alleges that stem-cell based products and other services being developed by Neuralstem infringe on four of its patents.
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A Thelen Reid Brown Raysman & Steiner LLP trial team won a significant patent infringement victory for client Celerity Inc. in a dispute over the company’s patented gas delivery systems for semiconductor fabrication equipment, a press release by Thelen Reid Brown Raysman & Steiner LLP stated. The technology at issue involved gas delivery systems for semiconductor fabrication equipment. In 2005, Celerity learned that a competitor, Ultra Clean Technology (UCT), was planning to introduce a gas delivery system that infringed on Celerity's patented design. But following a three-week trial in the US District Court for the Northern District of California, a unanimous jury returned a verdict in Celerity's favor, finding Ultra Clean guilty of infringement with its new gas delivery system, and rejecting all of Ultra Clean's invalidity defenses. Celerity was awarded monetary damages and a jury finding of infringement, based on UCT’s initial sales of the infringing product.
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