Month of October 2012 - Page Number 3

Showing 21 - 30 of 390 from October 2012
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  1. 21.
    [0001] The invention relates to a cutting device and, more particularly, to an external tubing cutting module.
    IPCOM000223047D | 2012-Oct-29
  2. 22.
    Embodiments disclosed herein allow for an unlimited multi-stage stimulation system based on rotating sleeves.
    IPCOM000223046D | 2012-Oct-29
  3. 23.
    Disclosed is a proximity-based method for automatically joining social networking groups defined by zone.
    IPCOM000223045D | 2012-Oct-29
  4. 24.
    Disclosed is a method to automatically send the requestor of a meeting or recurring meeting a notice declining a user’s attendance at the meeting if that user is on vacation as seen on their vacation calendar.
    IPCOM000223044D | 2012-Oct-29
  5. 25.
    CAPTCHAs are used to a ensure that a response is coming from a person and not from an automated software program. Unfortunately, this idea does not really work in practice. Software programs can use latest picture recognition algorithms to parse a text in a CAPTCHA and response in the same way as humans. Our method...
    IPCOM000223043D | 2012-Oct-29
  6. 26.
    This article describes a new heating unit to dissipate collected sunlight
    IPCOM000223042D | 2012-Oct-29
  7. 27.
    XRPD pattern of a crystalline form of the intermediate tert-butyl [(1S)-2-((1S,3S,5S)-3-cyano-2-azabicyclo[3.1.0]hex-2-yl)-1-(3-hydroxyadamantan-1-yl)-2-oxo-ethyl]carbamate, compound (I), is given
    IPCOM000222919D | 2012-Oct-29
  8. 28.
    An efficient method to restore disk/volumes in case of disaster by reducing down time to zero and by reducing impact to the restored computer to a bare minimum.
    IPCOM000222918D | 2012-Oct-29
  9. 29.
    A method that allows a designer of a task in an adaptive case management tool to inform the task user about values or documents that would be needed when the task is performed, by using hyperlinks in design time, and the actual artefact in run-time
    IPCOM000222917D | 2012-Oct-29
  10. 30.
    A method for automatically tagging a photo, with the names of friends that are close to the camera at the moment the photo is taken. A central server uses GPS information to monitor the location of friends of the photographer and identify people at proximity to the camera. The camera software then saves the list...
    IPCOM000222916D | 2012-Oct-29