Month of September 2004 - Page Number 16

Showing 151 - 160 of 364 from September 2004
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  1. 151.
    One of the aspects of the web is the amount of useful information provided for "free" by people posting information. However, another aspect of the world of the web is that there is usually finite storage a person posting a web page can afford, thus some information (web pages) must be deleted so that new pages may...
    IPCOM000031374D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-22
  2. 152.
    Today, a very common method of data or file or program transmission is via the web. As an example, people download documentation files or data files such as spreadsheets or application programs from the network. The most common, but not exclusive method, for network downloading is the use of web browsers. Purely...
    IPCOM000031373D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-22
  3. 153.
    The current state of the art of CPU enabled Buffer Overflow protection, used by computer chip manufacturers, is to set a no execution bit on the stack/heap segment. This causes an exception error whenever this segment is accessed for execution. The prohibiting factor in this technology is that Java* and C- compiled...
    IPCOM000031372D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-22
  4. 154.
    Disclosed is a means of confirming that a first Bluetooth device is correctly associated a second Bluetooth device. The first Bluetooth device uses a separate, unidirectional non-Bluetooth communication link to convey an indication to the second Bluetooth device. The indication starts the Bluetooth association...
    IPCOM000031371D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-22
  5. 155.
    Existing Powered USB connectors provide higher voltages and current than specified in the USB 1.1 and 2.0 Standard. This particular connector height precludes use in small applications such as LCD displays, ultra thin Lap top computers, payment terminals, consumer service devices, and other electronic devices. ...
    IPCOM000031370D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-22
  6. 156.
    Method for utilizing OS support for Dynamic resources to implement power conservation
    IPCOM000031369D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-22
  7. 157.
    Memory Error Injection using a CPLD to target specific address ranges
    IPCOM000031368D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-22
  8. 158.
    Updating systems is commonly tedious, lengthy, but a required task. It is typically done by the system owner or administrator. The update packages must be obtained by the owner from a specific web location belonging to manufacturer of a system or systems. The version must be verified to be compatible and...
    IPCOM000031367D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-22
  9. 159.
    In an environment with Micro-partitioning (shared processor partitions) where an operating system image may run time sliced on physical micro-processors, lock contention issues become greater. The operating system image is composed of one or more "virtual processors". Since the virtual processors may attempt to...
    IPCOM000031366D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-22
  10. 160.
    A system is proposed that aids users in setting the clock of a mobile computer whose owner changes time zones.
    IPCOM000031365D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-22