Month of October 2012 - Page Number 13

Showing 121 - 130 of 390 from October 2012
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  1. 121.
    Disclosed is a method that allows the users to create bookmarks that can be rendered using dynamic data. The bookmark is rendered dynamically and is not stored.
    IPCOM000222813D | 2012-Oct-23
  2. 122.
    A cable retention mechanism includes (1) a clip-like device with spring-gates, and (2) a bracket or a product feature that provides attachment points for the clip-like device(s). The mechanism can be implemented on power distribution units (PDUs), Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) locations in racks, power suppliy...
    IPCOM000222812D | 2012-Oct-23
  3. 123.
    Described is an invention that allows a user to set a "motion password" on a credit card/debit card/transactional device, regardless of the method used to contain the information (magnetic strip, computer chip, etc.).
    IPCOM000222811D | 2012-Oct-23
  4. 124.
    Disclosed is a method to accelerate the process of simultaneously beginning multiple data replication service sessions and performing practice copies. The solution is to prioritize the Fast Reverse Restore (FRR) Background Copy (BGC) request over any other BGC request.
    IPCOM000222810D | 2012-Oct-23
  5. 125.
    Disclosed is a method for monitoring Power Distribution Units (PDUs) and responding to capacity loads. The invention allows the power supply to throttle the server in which it is installed when the PDU to which it is connected is approaching 100% capacity, without the cost or impediment of extra hardware or...
    IPCOM000222809D | 2012-Oct-23
  6. 126.
    Disclosed is a feature for music playlists that allows a user to set levels of “freshness” for the files. The idea encompasses a random selection of a set of music files that gives precedence based on the age of the file.
    IPCOM000222808D | 2012-Oct-23
  7. 127.
    Disclosed is a method to enable dynamic migration between a cloud and a user’s device.
    IPCOM000222807D | 2012-Oct-23
  8. 128.
    The first layer acts to capture the unformed staple. It is made from a penetrable layer of material that has sufficient coefficient of friction with the staple to grasp the legs of an unformed staple against tissue forces. Potential materials include silicon gels, low density polyethylene and any of the family of...
    IPCOM000222806D | 2012-Oct-23
  9. 129.
    A surgical system incorporating the use of variable length fastening strips with combined buttress and mechanical fasteners. This fastening system is continually fed through the shaft of a laparoscopic device.
    IPCOM000222805D | 2012-Oct-23
  10. 130.
    A mechanical system in which 2 tissues are pushed through an opening. The opening comprising mechanical features that create a constraining path that resists the tissue being removed. This constraining path can be thought of a rivet shape in which one tissue is held within another in a descrete area.
    IPCOM000222804D | 2012-Oct-23