Month of January 2006 - Page Number 17

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  1. 161.
    IPCOM000133289D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jan-22
  2. 162.
    IPCOM000133288D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jan-21
  3. 163.
    The invention presents a method for conducting a baseline scan for identifying best practice updates that have not yet been approved for a computer. The invention introduces a scanning tool that scans a computer for a list of updates that have been approved for the computer and compares that list to a master list of...
    IPCOM000133287D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jan-20
  4. 164.
    A novel splitter circuit that uses phase interpolation to obtain accurate true and complementary signals.
    IPCOM000133279D | 2006-Jan-20
  5. 165.
    A type full screen, non-video application for TVs that utilize the screen for feature rich time/information display when it is not being used for stream content. A basic form would show Earth using Mercator projection centered on the user's location. A sun shadow overlay would help "sun time" pictorially in real...
    IPCOM000133121D | 2006-Jan-20
  6. 166.
    For Television sets, when a Video Input is connected and a video signal is detected, automatically switch to that input or prompt the costumer for the action to be taken.
    IPCOM000133122D | 2006-Jan-20
  7. 167.
    A device that is "always on" that monitors for emergency alerts, hazard warning, etc and alerts the user with an audio signal and a scrolling text display of the alert/hazard message.
    IPCOM000133124D | 2006-Jan-20
  8. 168.
    A system for testing the Parental Control (aka "V-Chip") functionality of a TV in a fully automated fashion (where "fully automated" means the operator sets it up, tells it to start, and later returns to find the result: either "all tests passed" or a list of tests which the TV failed).
    IPCOM000133126D | 2006-Jan-20
  9. 169.
    IPCOM000133269D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jan-20
  10. 170.
    Customers are always interested in monitoring the performance of middleware that they are running in production, mainly because of the increasing number of client applications caused by the advent of the Internet. This is particularly true for customers using IBM® WebSphere® Application Server (WAS), but also...
    IPCOM000133268D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jan-19