Month of June 2009 - Page Number 19

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  1. 181.
    This article describes a solution to the problem of receiving unwanted or irrelevant email threads by allowing a user to "self-remove" his name from the list of recipients without interrupting the other people on the thread.
    IPCOM000184317D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-21
  2. 182.
    Disclosed is software to transform and inject media device content to and from an active application window. Media devices can hold any type of digital content. Typical digital content includes audio, still photos, videos, text and presentations. Dedicated media devices, like MP3 players, are generally limited to...
    IPCOM000184316D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-21
  3. 183.
    Disclosed is software that limits authentication device input based on biometrics and location for enhanced security. Private information can be obtained by looking over-the-shoulder of an person performing a transaction. For example, a person can enter a password at an automated teller machine (ATM) while another...
    IPCOM000184315D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-21
  4. 184.
    Disclosed is software to help people who stutter to communicate. The definition of stutter is to speak or utter with a spasmodic repetition or prolongation of sounds. When people who stutter attempt to communicate with a remote party, for example via cell phone, if the remote party is not familiar with the repetition...
    IPCOM000184314D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-21
  5. 185.
    Disclosed is software that visually and/or audibly confirms pointing device button clicks on an icon or software element. Some operating systems allow the operator to configure the pointing device button speed necessary to register a "double click". For example, on one system the operator must click the mouse button...
    IPCOM000184313D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-21
  6. 186.
    Disclosed is software to assist an operator in navigating a document. A typical document viewer will report how many pages the document contains. The pages reported reflects the total number of pages in the document, not the page numbers often listed at the bottom of each page in the document itself. If there are...
    IPCOM000184312D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-21
  7. 187.
    Disclosed is pointing device hardware. While the hardware can be used like a traditional computer mouse, the hardware offers a pivoting and rotating mouse shell with a mouse base that can be parked.
    IPCOM000184311D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-21
  8. 188.
    Disclosed is software to group instant messaging chat participants. During remote meetings, common initial questions regard the location of the remote party and whom the remote party is with. The disclosed software will capture and communicate this information to instant messaging users in a particular group chat...
    IPCOM000184310D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-21
  9. 189.
    The ability to copy and paste objects of multiple types would be a great addition to modern-day software. This publication describes how this function could be made possible and the usability advantages of implementation.
    IPCOM000184309D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-21
  10. 190.
    This disclosure describes a method for adjusting task prioritization based upon gestures that generally do not already have a mapped input function. A user who impatiently waits for their e-mail client to load might 'shake the cursor' in a futile attempt to make the process go faster. In painting or first-person...
    IPCOM000184308D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-21