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Patent Citations of Douglas Quine's Publications

(for citations of my journal articles by publications see: www.quine.org/pub-sci.html#ccite)

Kreithen ML, Quine DB. 1979. "Infrasound detection by the homing pigeon: A behavioral audiogram." Journal of Comparative Physiology 129: 1-4 cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #5,774,088 - Melvin Kreithen (University of Pittsburgh): "Method and System for Warning Birds of Hazards" (June 30, 1998)

Quine DB, Kreithen ML. 1981. "Frequency shift discrimination: Can homing pigeons locate infrasounds by Doppler shifts?" Journal of Comparative Physiology 141: 153-155 cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #5,774,088 - Melvin Kreithen (University of Pittsburgh): "Method and System for Warning Birds of Hazards" (June 30, 1998)



Citations of Douglas Quine's Patents (listed by Quine Patent number)

Citing patents above #9,424,502 not yet cross referenced or linked

U. S. Patent #6,717,957 - Quine: "Method for delivering information in a closed loop multimedia system" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,266,584 - Shawn Patrick Mullen et al (IBM): "Electronic mail distribution via a network of computer controlled display terminals with interactive display interfaces enabling senders/receivers to view sequences of only text from sequences of E-Mail having same headers" (September 4, 2007)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,466,823 - Steve Vestergaard et al: "Digital media distribution method and system" (December 16, 2008 )
  3. U. S. Patent #7,529,712 - John Heaven et al (Yangaroo): "Content distribution system and method" (May 5, 2009)
  4. U. S. Patent #7,856,476 - Erez Halahmi et al (TIP Communications): "E-mail proxy" (December 21, 2010)
  5. U. S. Patent #8,156,191 - Erez Halahmi et al (Research In Motion Limited): "E-mail proxy" (April 10, 2012)
  6. U. S. Patent #9,348,486 - McCulloch McKenzie et al (Blackberry Limited): "Method and device for performing visual set operations to modify and generate lists" (May 24, 2016)

U. S. Patent #6,782,415 - Quine: "Business-to-employee messaging system" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,272,662 - Pascal Chesnais et al (NMS Communications): "Systems and methods for routing messages to communications devices over a communications network" (September 18, 2007)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,333,223 - Junious Gupton et al (Genworth Financial): "System and method for electronically delivering documents" (February 19, 2008)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,408,681 - Yoshifumi Tanimoto (Murata Kikai Kabushiki Kaisha): "Facsimile server that distributes received image data to a secondary destination" (August 5, 2008)
  4. U. S. Patent #7,466,823 - Steve Vestergaard et al: "Digital media distribution method and system" (December 16, 2008 )
  5. U. S. Patent #7,865,559 - Mark Stuart Day (Cisco Technology): "Message delivery coordination among multiple messaging media" (January 4, 2011)
  6. U. S. Patent #8,078,668 - Jean-Jacques Moreau (Canon Kabushiki Kaisha): "Method and device for processing a message in a communication network" (Dec. 13, 2011)
  7. U. S. Patent #8,139,751 - Leonard J. Magsamen, Jr. et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "System and method to communicate information to an employee" (March 20, 2012)
  8. U. S. Patent #8,230,363 - Thomas B. Zingale et al (Goldman, Sachs & Co.): "Management of corporate entities" (July 24, 2012)
  9. U. S. Patent #8,307,042 - Jess Z. Dolgin (E-Shop Enterprises, LLC): "System and method for instantaneously deploying packetized alert data" (November 6, 2012)
  10. U. S. Patent #8,406,805 - Sherryl Lee Lorraine Scott (Research In Motion): "Expedited communication graphical user interface system and method" (March 26, 2013)
  11. U. S. Patent #8,856,639 - Evgenia Voskresenskaya Strudell et al (United Services Automobile Association (USAA)): "Systems and methods for online document sign-up" (Oct. 7, 2014)
  12. U. S. Patent #9,002,407 - Sherryl Lee Lorraine Scott (Blackberry Limited): "Expedited communication graphical user interface system and method" (April 7, 2015)

U. S. Patent #6,795,376 - Quine: "Method for displaying an environmentally modulated expiration date"" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,057,495 - Wayne Debord et al (Paksense): "Perishable product electronic label including time and temperature measurement" (June 6, 2006)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,248,147 - Wayne Debord et al (PakSense): "Perishable product electronic label including time and temperature measurement" (July 24, 2007)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,362,661 - Mark R. Yager et al (K. & M. International): "Device for teaching time" (April 22, 2008)
  4. U. S. Patent #7,495,558 - Gary Pope et al (Infratab): "Shelf-life monitoring sensor-transponder system" (February 24, 2009)
  5. U. S. Patent #7,522,067 - Thomas Jensen et al (PakSense): "Variable display" (April 21, 2009)
  6. U. S. Patent #7,532,106 - Wayne K. Debord et al (PakSense): "Perishable product electronic label including time and temperature measurement" (May 12, 2009)
  7. U. S. Patent #7,675,409 - Thomas Jensen et al (PakSense): "Environmental sensing" (March 9, 2010)
  8. U. S. Patent #7,675,424 - Wayne Debord et al (PakSense): "Perishable product electronic label including time and temperature measurement" (March 9, 2010)
  9. U. S. Patent #7,764,183 - Jonathan Burchell et al (Infratab): "Apparatus and method for monitoring and communicating data associated with a product" (July 27, 2010)
  10. U. S. Patent #7,817,499 - Azadeh Solhjoo et al (Honeywell International): "CO end of life timing circuit" (October 19, 2010)
  11. U. S. Patent #7,912,754 - Jody Ann Tirinato et al (Abbott Point of Care): "Point-of-care inventory management system and method" (March 22, 2011)
  12. U. S. Patent #7,982,622 - Jonathan Burchell et al (Infratab): "Apparatus and method for monitoring and communicating data associated with a product" (July 19, 2011)
  13. U. S. Patent #8,033,237 - David Ernest Havens et al (Cornerstone Research Group): "Environmental condition cumulative tracking integration sensor using shape memory polymer" (October 11, 2011)
  14. U. S. Patent #8,517,760 - Kimberly Ann Steele et al (Ford Global Technologies): "Cord wrap and power plug receptacle arrangement for inflator" (August 27, 2013)
  15. U. S. Patent #8,831,983 - Jody Ann Tirinato et al (Abbott Point of Care): "Point-of-care inventory management system and method" (Sept. 9, 2014)
  16. U. S. Patent #8,870,083 - Terrance L. Myers et al (L&P Property Management): "Mattress age indicator" (Oct. 28, 2014)
  17. U. S. Patent #8,932,076 - Kimberly Anne Steele et al (Ford Global Technologies): "Cord wrap and power plug receptacle arrangement for inflator" (Jan. 13, 2015)
  18. U. S. Patent #8,939,379 - Terrance L. Myers et al (L&P Property Management Company): "Mattress with mattress age indicator" (Jan. 27, 2015)
  19. U. S. Patent #8,947,224 - Thomas P. Jensen et al (PakSense, Inc.): "Environmental data collection" (Feb. 3, 2015)
  20. U. S. Patent #8,981,921 - Thomas Lee Miller et al (Ford Global Technologies): "Status indicator and reminder system for vehicle temporary mobility kit" (Mar. 17, 2015)

U. S. Patent #6,832,246 - Quine: "Dynamic electronic forwarding system" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,062,564 - Quenton Lanier Gilbert et al (Cingular): "Systems and methods for an e-mail clearing house" (June 13, 2006)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,181,496 - Eric Jeffrey Edwards et al (Infowave Software): "Automatic email forwarding rule creation" (February 20, 2007)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,603,416 - Yasushi Kasajima (Matsushita Electric Works): "Method and system for automatically transferring electronic mail over a communication network" (October 13, 2009)
  4. U. S. Patent #7,774,502 - Vikas Sanathana Murthy et al: "Determining an international destination address" (August 10, 2010)
  5. U. S. Patent #7,774,503 - Vikas Sanathana Murthy et al: "Universal address recognition for text-capable communication devices" (August 10, 2010)
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U. S. Patent #6,839,738 - Quine and Schumacher: "System and method for cleansing addresses for electronic messages" cited by:

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U. S. Patent #6,865,561 - Allport, Kelly, Nicholls, Capelli, Quine: "Closed system meter having address correction capabilities" cited by:

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U. S. Patent #6,895,427 - Quine and Schumacher: "System and method for cleansing addresses for electronic messages" cited by:

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U. S. Patent #6,988,129 - Quine: "Method for providing address change notification in an electronic message forwarding system" cited by:

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U. S. Patent #7,004,396 - Quine and Baker: "System and method for grouping mail pieces in a sorter" cited by:

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  6. U. S. Patent #9,015,472 - C. Scott Chasin (McAfee): "Marking electronic messages to indicate human origination" (Apr. 21, 2015)
  7. U. S. Patent #9,160,755 - C. Scott Chasin et al (McAfee): "Trusted communication network" (Oct. 13, 2015)
  8. U. S. Patent #9,210,111 - C. Scott Chasin et al (McAfee): "Stopping and remediating outbound messaging abuse" (Dec. 8, 2015)
  9. U. S. Patent #9,369,415 - C. Scott Chasin (McAfee): "Marking electronic messages to indicate human origination" (June 14, 2016)

U. S. Patent #7,690,566 - Quine and Haas: "Integrated ballot and voting envelope with voter verification security" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,267,306 - Antoon Bosselaers et al (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven): "Selection systems" (September 18, 2012)
  2. U. S. Patent #8,478,636 - Scott Jeffrey (Individual ... Scott Jeffrey): "Method and apparatus for implementing a personal "get out the vote drive" software application" (July 2, 2013)
  3. U. S. Patent #8,651,380 - Dean Baumert (Election Systems & Software): "System for processing folded documents" (February 18, 2014)

U. S. Patent #7,766,233 - Haas, Quine, Woodman, and Guyette: "Vote by mail envelope that protects privacy of voter's signature" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8982423 - James A. Roskind et al (Individual: James A. Roskind): "Providing voter secrecy through manually created markings" (Mar. 17, 2015)

U. S. Patent #7,868,264 - Stemmle, Caddy, and Quine: "System and process for reducing number of stops on delivery route by identification of standard class mail" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,136,671 - Brent A. Daboub et al (National Presort Inc.): "Document sort machine having dual feeders" (March 20, 2012)
  2. U. S. Patent #8,530,772 - Brent A. Daboub et al (National Presort Inc): "Document sorting machine" (September 10, 2013)
  3. U. S. Patent #8,558,132 - Brent A. Daboub et al (National Presort Inc): " Document sorting machine " (October 15, 2013)
  4. U. S. Patent #8,606,515 - Mitchael C. Freeman et al (Intelligent Design Labs): "Real time travel director" (December 10, 2013)
  5. U. S. Patent #8,754,345 - Brent A. Daboub et al (National Presort, Inc): "Document sort machine having dual feeders" (June 17, 2014)
  6. U. S. Patent #9,044,543 - Royce A. Levien et al (Elwha LLC): "Unmanned device utilization methods and systems" (June 2, 2015)
  7. U. S. Patent #9,061,102 - Royce A. Levien et al (Elwha LLC): "Unmanned device interaction methods and systems" (June 23, 2015)
  8. U. S. Patent #9,215,566 - Mitchael C. Freeman et al (Intelligent Design Labs): "Real time travel director " (Dec. 15, 2015)
  9. U. S. Patent #9,254,363 - Royce A. Levien et al (Elwha LLC): "Unmanned device interaction methods and systems" (Feb. 9, 2016)

U. S. Patent #7,889,885 - Cordery, Campagna, Foth, Haas, and Quine: "Method for detecting perforations on the edge of an image of a form" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,194,942 - Takeo Tobe et al (Fit Design System Co.): "Authentication device and authentication method" (June 5, 2012)

U. S. Patent #7,923,655 - Quine and Baker: "Sorting method and system with dynamically re-allocated sortation bins" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,504,192 - Lionel Faivre et al (Solystic): "Method of sorting mailpieces by using a process for dynamically allocating sorting outlets" (August 6, 2013)
  2. U. S. Patent #8,748,768 - Brian Bowers (Bell and Howell): "Method and system to indicate bin sweep status on document processing equipment" (June 10, 2014)

U. S. Patent #8,022,329 - Stemmle and Quine: "System and method for full escort mixed mail sorter using mail clamps " cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #9,044,786 - Denis J. Stemmle (Lockheed Martin Corp.): "System for responding to fulfillment orders" (June 2, 2015)
  2. U. S. Patent #9,346,169 - Cory Burns et al (Frito-Lay North America): "Apparatus and method for universal, flexible pillow bag pattern creation" (May 24, 2016)
  3. U. S. Patent #9,346,170 - Darin James Baylor et al (Frito-Lay North America): "Apparatus and method for universal, flexible pillow bag pattern creation" (May 24, 2016)

U. S. Patent #8,145,265 - Pawlecki and Quine: "Method and system for producing hard copies of electronic information employing a portable personal receiving device" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #9,377,971 - Peter Poirier (Canon): "Systems and methods for improving device discovery" (June 28, 2016)

U. S. Patent #8,152,068 - Sanchez and Quine: "Systems and methods for producing and processing time dependent dynamic barcodes in a mail delivery system" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,418,925 - Fabien Chatte et al (Neopost): "Method of processing mail having multiple identifiers" (April 16, 2013)

U. S. Patent #8,235,516 - Auslander and Quine: "Print enhancement of pixels to improve readability" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,727,529 - Koichi Nobushima et al (Riso Kagaku): "Barcode printing control device" (May 20, 2014)

Citations of Douglas Quine's Patent Applications (listed by Quine Application number)

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Quine and Quine patent application #20020023138 "System and method for forwarding electronic messages" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,558,833 - Amy L. Sherwood (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Method and system for selectively forwarding electronic-mail" (July 7, 2009)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,730,136 - Christopher D. Smith et al (Research In Motion): "System and method for integrating electronic mail accounts" (June 1, 2010)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,882,182 - Dharmesh N. Bhakta et al (IBM): "Correcting information in a received electronic mail" (February 1, 2011)
  4. U. S. Patent #8,065,376 - Christopher D. Smith et al (Research In Motion Limited): "System and method for integrating electronic mail accounts" (Nov. 22, 2011)
  5. U. S. Patent #8,117,253 - Julien Robinson et al (Alcatel Lucent): "Condition control system, device and process for message transmission" (February 14, 2012)
  6. U. S. Patent #8,166,111 - Dharmesh N. Bhakta et al (IBM): "Method for correcting a received electronic mail having an erroneous header)" (April 24, 2012)
  7. U. S. Patent #8,266,217 - Donald H. Osterberg, Jr. (Oracle International): "Unsolicited electronic message source verification and tracking system and method" (September 11, 2012)
  8. U. S. Patent #8,291,030 - Christopher D. Smith et al (Research In Motion Limited): "System and method for integrating electronic mail accounts" (October 16, 2012)
  9. U. S. Patent #8,380,976 - Kenji Hirota et al (IBM): "System, server, method, and computer program for relaying electronic mail" (February 19, 2013)
  10. U. S. Patent #8,433,764 - Joseph Rideout et al (Google): "Identification of message recipients " (April 30, 2013)
  11. U. S. Patent #8,495,146 - Thomas E. Murphy, Jr. et al (IBM): "Source initiated autonomic recipient e-mail address correction redistribution" (July 23, 2013)
  12. U. S. Patent #8,521,822 - Van Quy Tu (Blackberry): "Recipient change notification" (August 27, 2013)
  13. U. S. Patent #8,589,493 - Meli Henri Fouotsop et al (IBM): "Sending related information to indirect email recipients" (November 19, 2013)
  14. U. S. Patent #8,682,979 - Thierry LeVasseur et al (Email2 SCP Solutions): "Secure electronic mail system" (March 25, 2014)
  15. U. S. Patent #8,762,457 - Patrick McErlean (Oracle OTC Subsidiary): "Electronic message routing using a routing tag" (June 24, 2014)
  16. U. S. Patent #8,874,678 - Van Quy Tu (BlackBerry): "Recipient change notification" (October 28, 2014)
  17. U. S. Patent #9,094,358 - Jerome Pasquero et al (BlackBerry): "System and method for sending data indirectly to a recipient using another device" (July 28, 2015)
  18. U. S. Patent #9,240,978 - Jack Farris (Verizon Patent and Licensing Inc.): "Communication system having message encryption" (Jan. 19, 2016)
  19. U. S. Patent #9,338,120 - Naohiro Yanase et al (Rakuten, Inc.): "E-mail system, control method for e-mail system, relay device, program, and information storage medium " (May 10, 2016)
  20. U. S. Patent #9,355,386 - John Edward Boyd (Tangible Social, LLC): "Computer-based methods for arranging meetings and systems for performing the same" (May 31, 2016)

Quine patent application #20020080416 "Apparatus for verifying a facsimile document via the internet" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,376,704 - David L. Wellons et al (AT&T Delaware Intellectual Property): "Methods, systems, and products for converting between legacy systems" (May 20, 2008)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,418,101 - Gary M. Nobel et al (Hewlett-Packard Development Company): "Securely transferring user data using first and second communication media" (August 26, 2008)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,440,567 - David L. Wellons et al (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Healthcare virtual private network methods and systems" (October 21, 2008)
  4. U. S. Patent #8,149,823 - Diane Brown Turcan et al (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Computer telephony integration (CTI) systems and methods for enhancing school safety" (April 3, 2012)
  5. U. S. Patent #8,165,160 - Robert A. Dunstan et al (Intel): "Method and system to validate a write for a device on a serial bus" (April 24, 2012)
  6. U. S. Patent #8,301,906 - Andreas Eckleder et al (Nero AG): "Apparatus for writing information on a data content on a storage medium" (October 30, 2012)
  7. U. S. Patent #8,553,870 - Diane Borwn Turcan et al (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Computer telephony integration (CTI) complete healthcare contact center" (October 8, 2013)
  8. U. S. Patent #8,638,924 - David L. Wellons et al (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Methods, systems, and products for exchanging health care communications" (January 28, 2014)
  9. U. S. Patent #8,699,688 - David L. Wellons et al (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Network based healthcare information systems" (April 15, 2014)
  10. U. S. Patent #8,712,031 - David L. Wellons et al (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Visual physician office systems and methods" (April 29, 2014)
  11. U. S. Patent #8,767,943 - Diane Brown Turcan et al (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Methods, systems, and products for routing communications to contact centers" (July 1, 2014)
  12. U. S. Patent #9,258,422 - Diane Brown Turcan et al (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Computer telephony integration complete healthcare contact center" (Feb. 9, 2016)
  13. U. S. Patent #9,330,133 - David L. Wellons et al (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Virtual physician office systems and methods" (May 3, 2016)
  14. U. S. Patent #9,363,376 - Diane Brown Turcan et al (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Methods, systems, and products for routing communications" (June 7, 2016)

Quine patent application #20020080417 "Method for verifying the authenticity of an electronic document" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,136,939 - Toshimichi Kishimoto et al (Hitachi): "Storage device and method of setting configuration information of same" (Nov. 14, 2006)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,457,955 - Harish Seshadri et al (Brandmail Solutions): "Method and apparatus for trusted branded email" (November 25, 2008 )
  3. U. S. Patent #7,562,160 - Toshimichi Kishimoto (Hitachi): "Storage device and method of setting configuration information of same" (July 14, 2009)
  4. U. S. Patent #7,877,520 - Toshimichi Kishimoto et al (Hitachi): "Storage device and method of setting configuration information of same" (January 25, 2011)
  5. U. S. Patent #8,085,445 - Mark D. Brown (RedPhone Security): "Method to certify facsimile transmissions" (Dec. 27, 2011)
  6. U. S. Patent #8,621,217 - Harish Seshadri et al (Jose J. Picazo Separate Property Trust): "Method and apparatus for trusted branded email" (December 31, 2013)
  7. U. S. Patent #8,984,301 - Peeyush Jaiswal et al (IBM): "Efficient identification of entire row uniqueness in relational databases" (Mar. 17, 2015)

Quine and Schumacher patent application #20020087639 "System and method for cleansing addresses for electronic messages" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,653,631 - Steven W. Lundberg (FoundationIP): "Method for synchronizing information in multiple case management systems" (January 26, 2010)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,774,408 - Pradeep Sinha et al (FoundationIP): "Methods, systems, and emails to link emails to matters and organizations" (August 10, 2010)

Quine and Schumacher patent application #20020087640 "System and method for cleansing addresses for electronic messages" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,145,628 - Richard D. Dettinger et al (IBM): "Strict validation of inference rule based on abstraction environment" (March 27, 2012)
  2. U. S. Patent #8,180,787 - Richard D. Dettinger et al (IBM): "Application portability and extensibility through database schema and query abstraction" (May 15, 2012)

Quine and Schumacher patent application #20020087647 "Method for determining a correct recipient for an undeliverable e-mail message" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,016,700 - Shinya Takahashi et al (Toshiba): "Communication terminal unit capable of receiving a message and method for identifying a message sender in the same" (March 21, 2006)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,149,507 - Ichimi Koshihara (NTT DoCoMo): "Mail server, and mobile communication terminal" (Dec. 12, 2006)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,167,720 - Shinya Takahashi et al (Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba): "Communication terminal unit capable of receiving a message and method for identifying a message sender in the same" (Jan. 23, 2007)
  4. U. S. Patent #7,213,076 - William Kress Bodin et al (IBM): "Dynamic indication of email capabilities" (May 1, 2007)
  5. U. S. Patent #7,252,198 - Yoshifusa Togawa et al (Fujitsu): "Mail system, mail address managing apparatus, mail transmitting method, and computer-readable recording medium in which mail system program is recorded" (August 7, 2007)
  6. U. S. Patent #7,266,387 - Shinya Takahashi et al (Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba): "Communication terminal unit capable of receiving a message and method for identifying a message sender in the same" (September 4, 2007)
  7. U. S. Patent #7,302,470 - Noritaka Oizumi (NEC): "Method and apparatus for confirming before sending an e-mail attached with image data" (November 27, 2007)
  8. U. S. Patent #7,499,976 - Richard Thomas Cato (IBM): "Warning and avoidance of sending email messages to unintended recipients" (March 3, 2009)
  9. U. S. Patent #7,617,112 - Shelton E. Harrison, Jr.: "Postal system, method and device" (November 10, 2009)
  10. U. S. Patent #7,620,387 - Rafal Rybak (Research In Motion Limited): "Entering contacts in a communication message on a mobile device" (November 17, 2009)
  11. U. S. Patent #7,788,325 - Kenneth A. Glidden et al (Hoover's Inc): "Email address identifier software, method, and system" (August 31, 2010)
  12. U. S. Patent #7,805,492 - Gregory Garland Thatcher et al (Xobni): "Systems and methods to provide assistance during address input" (September 28, 2010)
  13. U. S. Patent #7,822,435 - Shinya Takahashi et al (Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba): "Communication terminal unit capable of receiving a message and method for identifying a message sender in the same" (October 26, 2010)
  14. U. S. Patent #7,831,241 - Rafal Rybak (Research In Motion Limited): "Entering contacts in a communication message on a mobile device" (November 9, 2010)
  15. U. S. Patent #7,836,134 - Brett Anthony Pantalone (Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB): "E-mail address inspection" (November 16, 2010)
  16. U. S. Patent #7,849,213 - William Franklin Borghetti (Sendside Networks): "Secure communication architecture, protocols, and methods" (December 7, 2010)
  17. U. S. Patent #7,930,430 - Gregory Garland Thatcher et al (Xobni): "Systems and methods to provide assistance during address input" (April 19, 2011)
  18. U. S. Patent #8,095,604 - Michael D. Essenmacher et al (IBM): "Automatically modifying distributed communications" (January 10, 2012)
  19. U. S. Patent #8,095,608 - Ryota Fukasawa et al (Fujitsu Limited / Fujitsu Social Science Laboratory): "Email wrong transmission preventing apparatus and method" (January 10, 2012)
  20. U. S. Patent #8,145,791 - Gregory Garland Thatcher (Xobni): "Systems and methods to provide assistance during address input" (March 27, 2012)
  21. U. S. Patent #8,171,088 - Thomas E. Murphy, Jr. at al (IBM): "Facilitating correction of incorrect identities in propagated electronic communications" (May 1, 2012)
  22. U. S. Patent #8,316,100 - Michael D. Essenmacher et al (IBM): "Autonomic correction of incorrect identities in repositories" (November 20, 2012)
  23. U. S. Patent #8,423,545 - Frank J. Cort et al (Xobni): "Providing user input suggestions for conflicting data using rank determinations " (April 16, 2013)
  24. U. S. Patent #8,468,168 - Matthew Brezina et al (Xobni): " Display of profile information based on implicit actions " (June 18, 2013)
  25. U. S. Patent #8,549,412 - Matthew Brezina et al (Yahoo!): "Method and system for display of information in a communication system gathered from external sources" (October 1, 2013)
  26. U. S. Patent #8,572,191 - Jeff Bonforte (Yahoo!): "Systems and methods for profile building " (October 29, 2013)
  27. U. S. Patent #8,600,343 - Matthew Brezina et al (Yahoo!): "Method and system for collecting and presenting historical communication data for a mobile device" (December 3, 2013)
  28. U. S. Patent #8,620,935 - Mark Rubin et al (Yahoo!): "Personalizing an online service based on data collected for a user of a computing device" (December 31, 2013)
  29. U. S. Patent #8,621,007 - Max Benjamin Christoff et al (Morgan Stanley): "Rule-based electronic message processing" (December 31, 2013)
  30. U. S. Patent #8,661,002 - Adam Smith et al (Yahoo!): "Self populating address book" (February 25, 2014)
  31. U. S. Patent #8,675,845 - Rafal Rybak (BlackBerry): "Entering contacts in a communication message on a mobile device" (March 18, 2014)
  32. U. S. Patent #8,719,350 - Sanjeev Sharma (IBM): "Email addressee verification " (May 6, 2014)
  33. U. S. Patent #8,745,060 - Matthew Brezina et al (Yahoo!): "Indexing and searching content behind links presented in a communication" (June 3, 2014)
  34. U. S. Patent #8,754,848 - Michael Holzer et al (Yahoo!): "Presenting information to a user based on the current state of a user device" (June 17, 2014)
  35. U. S. Patent #8,756,284 - Thomas E. Murphy et al (IBM): "Minimizing incorrectly addressed communications when working with ambiguous recipient designations" (June 17, 2014)
  36. U. S. Patent #8,924,956 - Adam Michael Smith (Yahoo!): "Systems and methods to identify users using an automated learning process" (Dec. 30, 2014)
  37. U. S. Patent #8,924,956 - Adam Michael Smith (Yahoo!): "Systems and methods to identify users using an automated learning process" (Dec. 30, 2014)
  38. U. S. Patent #8,972,257 - Jeffrey Bonforte (Yahoo!): "Systems and methods to present voice message information to a user of a computing device" (Mar 3, 2015)
  39. U. S. Patent #8,982,053 - Michael Holzer et al (Yahoo!): "Presenting a new user screen in response to detection of a user motion" (Mar. 17, 2015)
  40. U. S. Patent #8,984,074 - Peter Monaco (Yahoo!): "Sender-based ranking of person profiles and multi-person automatic suggestions" (Mar 17, 2015)
  41. U. S. Patent #8,990,323 - Brian Hein et al (Yahoo!): "Defining a social network model implied by communications data" (Mar. 24, 2015)
  42. U. S. Patent #9,020,938 - Frank J. Cort (Yahoo!): "Providing profile information using servers" (Apr. 28, 2015)
  43. U. S. Patent #9,021,028 - Adam Michael Smith et al (Yahoo!): "Systems and methods for spam filtering" (Apr. 28, 2015)
  44. U. S. Patent #9,058,366 - Matthew Brezina et al (Yahoo!): "Systems and methods to identify users using an automated learning process" (June 16, 2015)
  45. U. S. Patent #9,087,323 - Brian Hein et al (Yahoo!): "Systems and methods to automatically generate a signature block" (July 21, 2015)
  46. U. S. Patent #9,152,952 - Adam Michael Smith et al (Yahoo!): "Spam filtering and person profiles" (Oct 6, 2015)
  47. U. S. Patent #9,159,057 - Peter Monaco (Yahoo!): "Sender-based ranking of person profiles and multi-person automatic suggestions" (Oct. 13, 2015)
  48. U. S. Patent #9,160,689 - Jeff Bonforte (Yahoo!): "Systems and methods for profile building using location information from a user device" (Oct. 13, 2015)
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  50. U. S. Patent #9,183,544 - Peter Monaco et al (Yahoo!): "Generating a relationship history" (Nov. 10, 2015)
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  55. U. S. Patent #9,298,783 - Matthew Brezina (Yahoo!): "Display of attachment based information within a messaging system" (Mar. 29, 2016)

Quine patent application #20030074288 "System and method for electronically reconciling financial accounts" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,500,598 - Joan-Astrid Davis et al (American Express Travel Related Services): "Negotiable instruments and systems and processing same" (March 10, 2009)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,861,923 - Joan-Astrid Davis et al (American Express Travel Related Services): "Negotiable instruments and systems and processing same" (January 4, 2011)
  3. U. S. Patent #8,083,132 - Joan Astrid-Davis et al (American Express Travel Related Services): "Negotiable instruments and systems and processing same" (Dec. 27, 2011)
  4. U. S. Patent #8,108,273 - Neerav Handa et al (Oracle International): "Replicating data in financial systems" (January 31, 2012)
  5. U. S. Patent #8,121,913 - James Bracken et al (Swiss Reinsurance): "Architecture for account reconciliation" (February 21, 2012)
  6. U. S. Patent #8,732,041 - Neerav Handa et al (Oracle International): "Replicating data in financial systems" (May 20, 2014)
  7. U. S. Patent #8,782,015 - Achim Enenkiel (SAP): "Systems and methods for processing data in a web services environment" (July 15, 2014)

Quine patent application #20030099157 "Method for displaying an environmentally modulated expiration date" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,018,347 - Payman Tehrani et al (Acreo AB): "Device for integrating and indicating a parameter over time" (Sept. 13, 2011)
  2. U. S. Patent #8,162,178 - Jean-Jacques Ligny (Valois SAS): "Expiration after first use timer for a dispenser" (April 24, 2012)
  3. U. S. Patent #8,448,873 - Laura A. Downey et al (KlinDown): "Systems and methods for parsing prescription information for a wirelessly programmable prescription bottle cap" (May 28, 2013)
  4. U. S. Patent #8,823,510 - Laura A. Downey et al (KlinDown): "Systems and methods for wirelessly programming a prescription bottle cap" (Sept. 2, 2014)
  5. U. S. Patent #8,892,249 - Paul Holman et al (Elwha): "Substance control system and method for dispensing systems" (Nov. 18, 2014)
  6. U. S. Patent #8,989,895 - Paul Holman et al (Elwha): "Substance control system and method for dispensing systems" (Mar 24, 2015)
  7. U. S. Patent #9,016,193 - Eugenio Minvielle (Individual: Eugenio Minvielle): "Logistic transport system for nutritional substances" (Apr. 28, 2015)
  8. U. S. Patent #9,037,478 - Paul Holman et al (Elwha): "Substance allocation system and method for ingestible product preparation system and method" (May 19, 2015)
  9. U. S. Patent #9,069,340 - Eugenio Minvielle (Individual: Eugenio Minvielle): "Multi-conditioner control for conditioning nutritional substances" (June 30, 2015)
  10. U. S. Patent #9,072,317 - Eugenio Minvielle (Individual: Eugenio Minvielle): "Transformation system for nutritional substances" (July 7, 2015)
  11. U. S. Patent #9,080,997 - Eugenio Minvielle (Individual: Eugenio Minvielle): "Local storage and conditioning systems for nutritional substances " (July 14, 2015)
  12. U. S. Patent #9,111,256 - Paul Holman et al (Elwha): "Selection information system and method for ingestible product preparation system and method" (Aug. 18, 2015)
  13. U. S. Patent #9,171,061 - Eugenio Minvielle (Individual: Eugenio Minvielle): "Local storage and conditioning systems for nutritional substances" (Oct. 27, 2015)
  14. U. S. Patent #9,240,028 - Paul Holman et al (Elwha): "Reporting system and method for ingestible product preparation system and method" (Jan 19, 2016)
  15. U. S. Patent #9,414,623 - Eugenio Minvielle (Individual: Eugenio Minvielle): "Transformation and dynamic identification system for nutritional substances" (Aug. 16, 2016)
  16. U. S. Patent #D762,081 - Eugenio Minvielle (Individual: Eugenio Minvielle): "Device for food preservation and preparation" (July 26, 2016)

Quine patent application #20030101226 "Method for providing address change notification in an electronic message forwarding system" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,653,693 - Brian Dean Heikes et al (AOL / America Online): "Method and system for capturing instant messages" (January 26, 2010)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,716,287 - Barry Appelman et al (AOL / America Online): "Organizing entries in participant lists based on communications strengths" (May 11, 2010)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,792,683 - Wayne Sipe et al (Siemens Industry Inc): "Method and system for address information distribution " (September 7, 2010)
  4. U. S. Patent #7,886,015 - Joseph S. Mabry (IBM): "Method and system for future defined email recipient" (February 8, 2011)
  5. U. S. Patent #7,945,674 - Barry Appelman (AOL / America Online): "Degrees of separation for handling communications" (May 17, 2011)
  6. U. S. Patent #7,949,759 - Barry Appelman (AOL / America Online): "Degrees of separation for handling communications" (May 24, 2011)
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Quine and Schumacher patent application #20030115279 "System and method for address correction of electronic messages" cited by:

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Quine patent application #20030115280 "Method for determining e-mail address format rules" cited by:

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Quine & Blue patent application #20030187942 "System for selective delivery of electronic communications" cited by:

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Sansone, Cordery, MacKay, Sussmeier, Bodie, Ryan, and Quine patent application #20040094615 "Recipient elected messaging services enabled by processing codes printed on mail" cited by:

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Quine patent application #20040202386 "Automatic paper to digital converter and indexer" cited by:

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Baker, Quine, and Starrett patent application #20040215368 "System and method for tracking mailpieces" cited by:

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Baker, Quine, Starrett patent application #20040215478 "Method of providing a unique identifier for a mailpiece" cited by:

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Baker, Quine, Starrett patent application #20040230543 "Method for retrieving mailpiece tracking details using mailpiece images" cited by:

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Quine patent application #20040246819 "Method for displaying an environmentally modulated expiration date" cited by:

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Quine patent application #20050046694 "System and method for synchronizing a strobe in video image capturing..." cited by:

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Sansone, Monsen, Quine patent application #20050071288 "Integrated payment for international business reply mail." cited by:

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Stemmle, Hasbani, Auslander, Quine, Wittenberg, and Nagarsheth patent application #20050127157 "System and method for determining and reporting whether a mail piece has been opened by a recipient" cited by:

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Quine, Sharma, and Massucci patent application #20050135973 "Method and device for collecting and transferring biohazard samples" cited by:

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Quine, Stemmle, Massucci, and Zukowski patent application #20050136540 "Method and device for isolating, collecting and transferring hazardous samples" cited by:

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Baker, Starrett, Quine patent application #20050169224 "Method of providing a unique identifier for a mailpiece" cited by:

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Baker, Starrett, Quine patent application #20050171919 "Method for generating mailpieces and storing mailpiece identification and tracking information" cited by:

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Sussmeier, Auslander, MacKay, Obrea, and Quine patent application #20050269416 "Barcode with enhanced additional stored data" cited by:

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Quine and Baker patent application #20060113223 "Sorting method and system with dynamically re-allocated sortation bins" cited by:

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Baker and Quine patent application #20060113387 "Bar code recognition method and system for paper handling equipment" cited by:

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Quine patent application #20060123094 "Method for providing address change notification in an electronic message forwarding system" cited by:

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Quine and Baker patent application #20060124512 "System and method for grouping mail pieces in a sorter" cited by:

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Baker and Quine patent application #20060131378 "Method for enhancing mail piece processing system" cited by:

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Quine, Euchner, and Massucci patent application #20070017854 "Method and system for mitigating threats and hoaxes perpetrated through a mail system" cited by:

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Quine and Ryan patent application #20070058851 "Confirming cancellation of truncated checks" cited by:

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Quine patent application #20070074030 "Surface profile tracing of a document" cited by:

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Quine patent application #20070156831 "Method for providing address change notification in an electronic message forwarding system" cited by:

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Braun, Cordery, Hammell, Quine patent application #20080042424 "Postage stamps having values thereof luminescently encoded thereon and methods of reading such stamps" cited by:

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Quine and Haas patent application #20080054074 "Integrated ballot and voting envelope with voter verification security" cited by:

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Quine patent application #20080111674 "Tracking condition of mail in transit" cited by:

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Quine and Ryan patent application #20080121680 "Method and system for protecting privacy of signature on mail ballot utilizing optical shutter" cited by:

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Haas, Quine, Hammell, and Campagna patent application #20080136162 "Method and system for protecting privacy of signatures on mail ballots" cited by:

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  2. U. S. Patent #7,641,116 - Bertrand Haas et al (Pitney Bowes): "Vote by mail envelope" (January 5, 2010)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,673,790 - Bertrand Haas et al (Pitney Bowes): "Vote by mail envelope that protects integrity of ballot during signature verification" (March 9, 2010)
  4. U. S. Patent #8,740,058 - Brian Brucker et al (Electron Systems & Software): "Integrated vote by mail processing system" (June 3, 2014)
  5. U. S. Patent #8,851,376 - Bertrand Haas et al (Pitney Bowes): "Method and system for protecting privacy of signatures on mail ballots" (Oct. 7, 2014)

Haas, Quine, Woodman, and Guyett patent application #20080156862 "Vote by mail envelope that protects privacy of voter's signature" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,581,677 - Bertrand Haas et al (Pitney Bowes): "Vote by mail envelope that protects privacy of voter's signature" (September 1, 2009)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,641,116 - Bertrand Haas et al (Pitney Bowes): "Vote by mail envelope" (January 5, 2010)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,673,790 - Bertrand Haas et al (Pitney Bowes): "Vote by mail envelope that protects integrity of ballot during signature verification" (March 9, 2010)
  4. U. S. Patent # 8,888,720 - Stanford P. Hudson (Individual … Stanford P. Hudson): " Great toe dorsiflexion detection " (November 18, 2014)
  5. U. S. Patent #8,740,058 - Brian Brucker et al (Electron Systems & Software): "Integrated vote by mail processing system" (June 3, 2014)

Stemmle and Quine [name left off application in error but appears on issued patent 8,022,329] patent application #20080230449 "System and Method for Full Escort Mixed Mail Sorter Using Mail Clamps" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,516,889 - Anthony Baldassari et al (United Parcel Service of America): "Systems and methods for package sortation and delivery using radio frequency identification technology" (April 14, 2009)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,937,184 - Denis J. Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Mail sorter system and method for productivity optimization through precision scheduling" (May 3, 2011)
  3. U. S. Patent #8,024,063 - Dale E. Redford et al (Siemens Industry): "Process and system for tracking of mail" (Sept. 20, 2011)
  4. U. S. Patent #8,138,438 – Denis J. Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Carrier delivery sequence system and process adapted for upstream insertion of exceptional mail pieces" (March 20, 2012)
  5. U. S. Patent #8,672,140 - Christophe Caillon et al (Solystic): "Method of storing a plurality of articles with information being scrutinized" (March 18, 2014)
  6. U. S. Patent #8,695,313 - Mark Gaug et al (Lockheed Martin): "Method of inserting mail pieces into individual folder" (April 15, 2014)
  7. U. S. Patent #8,708,227 - Charles Lee Oakes, III et al (United Services Automobile Association (USAA)): "Systems and methods for remote deposit of checks" (April 29, 2014)
  8. U. S. Patent #9,002,070 - David L. Johnson et al (Pioneer Hi Bred International Inc): "Automated seed package identification apparatus, system, and method" (April 27, 2015)

Stemmle, Caddy, and Quine patent application #20090078618 "System and process for reducing number of stops on delivery route by identification of standard class mail" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,606,515 - Mitchael C. Freeman et al (Intelligent Design Labs): "Real time travel director" (December 10, 2013)
  2. U. S. Patent #9,215,566 - Mitchael C. Freeman et al (Intelligent Design Labs): "Real time travel director" (Dec. 15, 2015)

Quine and Miller patent application #20090154766 "Method and apparatus for detecting malfunctioning print elements in postage meter indicia printer" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,547,579 - Jun Mitsumatsu (Riso Kagaku Corporation): "Image recording system and controlling method thereof" (October 1, 2013)
  2. U. S. Patent #8,972,601 - Jitendra D. Padhye et al (Microsoft Technology Licensing): "Flyways in data centers" (Mar. 3, 2015)
  3. U. S. Patent #9,075,374 - Maya Aviv et al (Hewlett-Packard Indigo): "Method and apparatus for assessing the operation of a color printing system" (July 7, 2015)
  4. U. S. Patent #9,391,716 - Ji Yong Shin et al (Microsoft Technology Licensing): "Data center using wireless communication" (July 12, 2016)

Quine patent application #20090166401 "Time Limited Business Reply Mail" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #9,061,496 - Kenji Shimomura et al (Riso Kagaku): "Printer" (June 23, 2015)

Sanchez and Quine patent application #20090166438 "Systems and methods for producing and processing time dependent dynamic barcodes in a mail delivery system" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,418,925 - Fabien Chatte et al (Neopost): "Method of processing mail having multiple identifiers " (April 16, 2013)
  2. U. S. Patent #9,082,052 - Adrian X. Rodriguez et al (Lenovo Enterprise Solutions): "Generating a hybrid quick response (QR) code" (July 14, 2015)
  3. U. S. Patent #9,087,275 - Adrian X. Rodriguez et al (Lenovo Enterprise Solutions): "Generating a hybrid quick response (QR) code" (July 21, 2015)

Quine, Hammell, Ryan, Campagna, Monsen, and Swenson patent application #20100049536 "Methods for creating consolidated mailpieces" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,386,571 - Douglas Belew et al (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Mail manufacturing virtualization" (February 26, 2013)
  2. U. S. Patent #8,775,541 - Douglas Belew et al (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Mail manufacturing virtualization" (July 8, 2014)
  3. U. S. Patent #8,786,877 - Carl Dennison et al (Ricoh Production Print Solutions): "Modification of post-print instructions for documents of print jobs already within an ADF system" (July 22, 2014)
  4. U. S. Patent #8,793,197 - Richard Wojdyla (Bell and Howell): "Method and system for creating an address block move update barcode" (July 29, 2014)
  5. U. S. Patent #8,874,676 - Douglas Belew (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Rolling view virtualization" (Oct. 28, 2014)
  6. U. S. Patent #9,189,713 - Tomohiro Kurose et al (Riso Kagaku): "Letter printing system" (Nov. 17, 2015)
  7. U. S. Patent #9,302,295 - Emmanuel Miette (Solystic): "Method of sorting mailpieces with recipient sorting" (Apr. 5, 2016)
  8. U. S. Patent #9,374,430 - Matthew A. Calman et al (Bank of America): "Social badging for electronification of paper" (June 21, 2016)

Pawlecki and Quine patent application #20100144376 "Method and System for Producing Hard Copies of Electronoic Information Employing a Portable Personal Receiving Device" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #9,007,613 - William John Vojak (Sharp Laboratories of America): "Secure mobile printing method and system" (Apr. 14, 2015)
  2. U. S. Patent #9,298,410 - Murilo Juchem et al (Hewlett-Packard Deveolopment Co.): "Exposing network printers to WI-FI clients" (Mar. 29, 2016)

Rosen, Dahl, Quine, and Reichelsheimer patent application #20110024488 "Reusable Windowed Envelope" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #9,278,783 - Gary G. Emmott (Individual: Gary G. Emmott): "Separable or opening portions for printable sheet material" (Mar. 8, 2016)

Desmond, Augelli, Niglio, Quine, and Foth patent application #20110071924 "System and method for processing consumer transactions using a central server and a mobile processor" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,478,653 - David P. Conway et al (Google): "Tax-free gifting " (July 2, 2013)
  2. U. S. Patent #8,515,829 - David P. Conway et al (Google): "Tax-free gifting " (August 20, 2013)
  3. U. S. Patent #8,699,413 - Douglas Scott Ring et al (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Network servers, systems, and methods for multiple personas on a mobile device" (Apr. 15, 2014)
  4. U. S. Patent #9,119,058 - Douglas Scott Ring et al (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Network servers, systems, and methods for multiple personas on a mobile device" (Aug. 25, 2015)

Quine, Rojas, Braun, and Biasi patent application #20110153418 "Broadcast Data Mining for Targeted Mail Stream Solicitations" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #9,106,938 - Antonio Fontan (Microsoft Technology Licensing): "Monetizing third-party recommended video content" (Aug. 11, 2015)

Corporations Citing Douglas Quine's Patents, Applications, and Publications

Citing patents above #9,424,502 not yet cross referenced or linked

  1. Abbott Point of Care (see also I-Stat)
    1. #7,552,071
    2. #7,912,754 cite#1
    3. #7,912,754 cite#2
    4. #8,831,983 cite#1
    5. #8,831,983 cite#2
  2. Acreo AB
    1. #8,018,347
  3. Ai Cure Technologies
    1. #9,400,909
  4. Alcatel Lucent
    1. #8,117,253
    2. #8,762,567
  5. Amazon (Amazon Technologies)
    1. #9,230,245
  6. American Express Travel Related Services
    1. #7,500,598
    2. #7,861,923
    3. #8,083,132
    4. #8,261,982
    5. #8,301,485
    6. #8,326,747
    7. #8,370,221
    8. #8,412,595
    9. #8,589,284
    10. #8,666,880
    11. #8,799,151
  7. AOL (America Online)
    1. #7,194,484
    2. #7,653,693
    3. #7,716,287
    4. #7,945,674
    5. #7,949,759
    6. #8,037,150
    7. #8,060,566
    8. #8,185,638
    9. #8,214,443
    10. #8,538,895
    11. #8,595,146
    12. #8,635,273
    13. #8,812,407
    14. #8,898,239
    15. #9,082,110
    16. #9,413,699
  8. AT&T / AT&T Delaware Intellectual Property / AT&T Intellectual Property
    1. #7,376,704
    2. #7,440,567
    3. #7,558,833
    4. #8,145,720 cite#1
    5. #8,145,720 cite#2
    6. #8,149,823
    7. #8,275,798
    8. #8,386,571
    9. #8,423,578
    10. #8,484,296
    11. #8,553,870
    12. #8,638,924
    13. #8,699,413
    14. #8,699,688
    15. #8,712,031
    16. #8,767,943
    17. #8,775,541
    18. #8,874,676
    19. #9,119,058
    20. #9,258,422
    21. #9,330,133
    22. #9,363,376
  9. Avision
    1. #8,334,472
  10. Bank of America
    1. #8,458,224
    2. #8,856,135
    3. #9,374,430
  11. Bartex Research LLC
    1. #7,878,400 cite#1
    2. #7,878,400 cite#2
    3. #7,967,207 cite#1
    4. #7,967,207 cite#2
  12. Bell and Howell LLC
    1. #8,150,547
    2. #8,195,321
    3. #8,326,898
    4. #8,433,438
    5. #8,457,782
    6. #8,560,115
    7. #8,748,768 cite#1
    8. #8,748,768 cite#2
    9. #8,793,197 cite#1
    10. #8,793,197 cite#2
  13. BellSouth
    1. #7,185,002
    2. #7,228,334
  14. Blackberry [see also Research In Motion / RIM]
    1. #8,521,822
    2. #8,537,118
    3. #8,675,845
    4. #8,738,909
    5. #8,775,798
    6. #8,788,812
    7. #8,854,311
    8. #8,874,678
    9. #9,002,407
    10. #9,049,681
    11. #9,094,358
    12. #9,348,486
  15. Brandmail Solutions
    1. #7,457,955
  16. Broadridge Investor Communication Solutions
    1. #8,856,046
    2. #9,183,531
    3. #9,195,957
  17. Bullhorn
    1. #9,189,770
  18. Canon (Canon Kabushiki Kaisha / Canon Research Centre)
    1. #7,496,629
    2. #8,031,979
    3. #8,038,073
    4. #8,078,668
    5. #9,377,971
  19. Card Logistics
    1. #8,212,675
  20. Cingular
    1. #7,062,564 cite#1
    2. #7,062,564 cite#2
    3. #7,062,564 cite 3
    4. #7,155,523 cite#1
    5. #7,155,523 cite#2
    6. #7,155,523 cite 3
  21. Cisco Technology
    1. #7,865,559
    2. #8,782,144
  22. Cornerstone Research Group
    1. #8,033,237
  23. Cross Belt IP
    1. #9,102,336
  24. CTPG Operating
    1. #9,340,006
  25. Cutting Edge Codes
    1. #8,733,657 cite#2
    2. #8,733,658 cite#1
    3. #8,733,658 cite#2
    4. #8,746,565 cite#1
    5. #8,746,565 cite#2
    6. #8,763,907 cite#1
    7. #8,763,907 cite#2
  26. Datalogic ADC
    1. #8,939,369
    2. #9,424,480
  27. Dell Computer / Dell Marketing
    1. #7,623,848
    2. #8,554,843
  28. Delphi Technologies
    1. #7,745,771
  29. Direct Resources Solutions
    1. #7,974,882
  30. Eastman Kodak
    1. #8,807,435
  31. eBay
    1. #7,072,944
    2. #7,320,021
    3. #7,831,671
    4. #8,078,683
  32. Educational Testing Service
    1. #8,908,998
  33. Election Systems & Software
    1. #8,651,380
    2. #8,740,058 cite#1
    3. #8,740,058 cite#2
    4. #8,740,058 cite#3
  34. Elwha
    1. #8,892,249 cite#1
    2. #8,892,249 cite#2
    3. #8,989,895
    4. #9,037,478 cite#1
    5. #9,037,478 cite#2
    6. #9,044,543
    7. #9,061,102
    8. #9,111,256 cite#1
    9. #9,111,256 cite#2
    10. #9,240,028 cite#1
    11. #9,240,028 cite#2
    12. #9,254,363
  35. Email2 SCP Solutions
    1. #8,682,979 cite#1
    2. #8,682,979 cite#2
    3. #8,682,979 cite#3
  36. E-Shop Enterprises
    1. #8,307,042
  37. Engate Technology
    1. #7,490,128
    2. #7,673,058
    3. #7,716,351
    4. #8,180,835
    5. #8,301,712
    6. #8,788,596 cite#1
    7. #8,788,596 cite#2
  38. ESDR Network Solutions
    1. #8,224,994 cite#1
    2. #8,224,994 cite#2
    3. #RE43,690 cite#1
    4. #RE43,690 cite#2
    5. #8,458,161 cite#1
    6. #8,458,161 cite#2
    7. #8,612,565 cite#1
    8. #8,612,565 cite#2
    9. #8,635,340 cite#1
    10. #8,635,340 cite#2
    11. #8,990,347 cite#1
    12. #8,990,347 cite#2
    13. #9,141,717 cite#1
    14. #9,141,717 cite#2
    15. #RE44,207 cite#1
    16. #RE44,207 cite#2
    17. #RE44,898 cite#1
    18. #RE44,898 cite#2
  39. Experian Information Solutions
    1. #8,175,889
  40. Facebook
    1. #8,452,849
    2. #8,560,706
    3. #8,577,972
    4. #8,701,014
    5. #8,775,560
    6. #8,775,950
    7. #8,819,176
    8. #8,874,663
    9. #8,874,672
    10. #8,910,056
    11. #8,918,460
    12. #8,930,480
    13. #8,954,530
    14. #8,954,531
    15. #8,954,534
    16. #8,965,964
    17. #9,047,364
    18. #9,053,173
    19. #9,053,174
    20. #9,053,175
    21. #9,070,118 cite #1
    22. #9,070,118 cite #2
    23. #9,075,867
    24. #9,075,868
    25. #9,171,064
    26. #9,185,067
    27. #9,203,647
    28. #9,203,794
    29. #9,203,879
    30. #9,246,975
    31. #9,253,136
    32. #9,313,046
    33. #9,319,356 cite #1
    34. #9,319,356 cite #2
    35. #9,356,890 cite #1
    36. #9,356,890 cite #2
    37. #9,405,843
    38. #RE45,254
  41. Fit Design System
    1. #8,194,942
  42. Ford Motor Company (Ford Global Technologies)
    1. #8,115,615
    2. #8,517,760 cite#1
    3. #8,517,760 cite#2
    4. #8,932,076 cite#1
    5. #8,932,076 cite#2
    6. #8981921
    7. #9096018
  43. Foundation IP
    1. #7,653,631 cite#1
    2. #7,653,631 cite#2
    3. #7,774,408 cite#1
    4. #7,774,408 cite#2
  44. Frito-Lay (Frito-Lay North America)
    1. #9,346,169
    2. #9,346,170
  45. Fujitsu Limited / Fujitsu Social Science Laboratory (plus 1 joint with Murata Kikai Kabushiki Kaisha)
    1. #7,252,198 cite#1
    2. #7,252,198 cite#2
    3. #8,095,608 cite#1
    4. #8,095,608 cite#2
  46. Genworth Financial
    1. #7,333,223 cite#1
    2. #7,653,631 cite#2
  47. Goldman Sachs
    1. #8,230,363
  48. Google
    1. #7,958,187
    2. #8,433,764
    3. #8,478,653
    4. #8,515,829
    5. #9,082,052
    6. #9,002,949
    7. #9,049,569
    8. #9,088,879
  49. Groupon
    1. #9,223,774
  50. Hand Held Products
    1. #7,416,125
    2. #8,682,077
  51. Hewlett-Packard (HP, Hewlett Packard Development)
    1. #7,391,527
    2. #7,418,101
    3. #7,673,807
    4. #8,531,401
    5. #8,857,727
    6. #8,973,843
    7. #9,075,374
    8. #9,087,252 cite #1
    9. #9,087,252 cite #2
    10. #9,092,745 cite #1
    11. #9,092,745 cite #2
    12. #9,298,410
    13. #9,424,502
  52. Hitachi
    1. #7,136,939
    2. #7,562,160
    3. #7,877,520
  53. Honeywell International
    1. #7,817,499 cite #1
    2. #7,817,499 cite #2
  54. Hon Hai Precision Industry
    1. #9,218,521
  55. Hoover’s Inc.
    1. #7,788,325 cite#1
    2. #7,788,325 cite#2
  56. IBM
    1. #7,120,671
    2. #7,171,487
    3. #7,213,076
    4. #7,266,584
    5. #7,499,976
    6. #7,562,118
    7. #7,564,354
    8. #7,660,855
    9. #7,731,089
    10. #7,761,429
    11. #7,782,198
    12. #7,810,031
    13. #7,836,068
    14. #7,855,644
    15. #7,882,182
    16. #7,886,015
    17. #7,895,278
    18. #7,900,052
    19. #7,904,459
    20. #7,928,846
    21. #7,932,829
    22. #7,949,717
    23. #7,962,506
    24. #8,019,821
    25. #8,095,604
    26. #8,145,628
    27. #8,146,816
    28. #8,165,611
    29. #8,166,000
    30. #8,166,111
    31. #8,171,001
    32. #8,171,088
    33. #8,180,787
    34. #8,204,831
    35. #8,272,570
    36. #8,296,678
    37. #8,316,100
    38. #8,346,674
    39. #8,378,787
    40. #8,380,976
    41. #8,401,987
    42. #8,407,486
    43. #8,442,999
    44. #8,448,864
    45. #8,495,146 cite#1
    46. #8,495,146 cite#2
    47. #8,495,146 cite#3
    48. #8,495,146 cite#4
    49. #8,589,493
    50. #8,636,218
    51. #8,710,954
    52. #8,719,350
    53. #8,756,284
    54. #8,805,936
    55. #8,874,613
    56. #8,984,301
    57. #9,094,236
    58. #9,323,734
    59. #9,336,253
    60. #9,350,694 cite#1
    61. #9,350,694 cite#2
  57. ICX Technologies
    1. #8,047,053
  58. III Holdings 1
    1. #8,972,274
  59. Individual ... Albert Avila
    1. #8,713,107
  60. Individual ... Cameron Lanning Cormack
    1. #7,781,693
  61. Individual ... Chandra Bodapati et al
    1. #8,495,151
  62. Individual … David G. Nelson
    1. #7,528,722
  63. Individual … Eugenio Minvielle
    1. #9,016,193
    2. #9,069,340
    3. #9,072,317
    4. #9,080,997
    5. #9,171,061
    6. #9,414,623
    7. #D762,081
  64. Individual … Gary G. Emmott
    1. #9,278,783
  65. Individual … James A. Roskind
    1. #8,982,423
  66. Individual … Jeffrey Scott
    1. #8,478,636
  67. Individual … Marc Diamond
    1. #7,444,380
  68. Indivisual … Michael P Levosky
    1. #7,822,819
  69. Individual … Shelton E. Harrison, Jr.
    1. #7617112
  70. Individual ... Stanford P. Hudson
    1. #8,888,720
  71. Individual … Steve Vestergaard
    1. #7,466,823 cite#1
    2. #7,466,823 cite#2
  72. Individual … Thomas Burke
    1. #7,254,573 cite#1
    2. #7,254,573 cite#2
  73. Individual … Vikas Sanathana Murthy
    1. #7,774,503 cite#1
    2. #7,774,503 cite#2
  74. Individual … Wei Lin (see also MX Logic)
    1. #7,680,890
  75. Infowave Software
    1. #7,181,496 cite#1
    2. #7,181,496 cite#2
  76. Infratab
    1. #7,495,558
    2. #7,764,183
    3. #7,982,622
  77. Intel
    1. #8,165,160
  78. Intelligent Design Labs
    1. #8,606,515 cite#1
    2. #8,606,515 cite#2
    3. #9,215,566 cite#1
    4. #9,215,566 cite#2
  79. Invention Science Fund
    1. #7,930,389
    2. #8,065,404
    3. #8,082,225
    4. #8,682,982
    5. #8,984,133
    6. #9,374,242
  80. I-Stat (see also Abbott Point of Care)
    1. #7,263,501
  81. Jose J. Picazo Separate Property Trust
    1. #8,621,217
  82. JustEmailUs
    1. #9,197,591
  83. K. & M. International
    1. #7,362,661
  84. Kangnam-ku
    1. #6,963,929
  85. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
    1. #8,267,306
  86. KlinDown
    1. #8,448,873 cite#1
    2. #8,448,873 cite#2
    3. #8,823,510 cite#1
    4. #8,823,510 cite#2
  87. KLT Technology
    1. #8,749,377
    2. #9,104,924
  88. Konica Minolta Systems Laboratory
    1. #7,523,865
    2. #7,628,330
    3. #7,712,671
    4. #7,766,241
    5. #7,775,435
    6. #7,823,797
    7. #8,038,064
    8. #8,070,066
    9. #8,074,886
    10. #8,215,556
    11. #8,640,955
  89. Lashback
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  115. NTT DoCoMo
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  116. Oracle International (and Oracle OTC Subsidiary)
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  117. Paksense
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  128. Quake Global
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  138. Sharp Laboratories of America
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  148. Stanley Security
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  149. Stratify
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  150. Swiss Reinsurance
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  155. Teamon
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  156. TIP Communications (see also Research in Motion)
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  157. T-Mobile Deutschland GmbH
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  158. Toshiba (= Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba)
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  159. United Parcel Service (UPS)
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  160. United Services Automobile Association (USAA)
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  161. United States Postal Service (USPS)
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    2. #7,590,544
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  • 9,712,469 Systems and methods for forwarding electronic mail
  • 9,712,986 Mobile device configured for communicating with another mobile device associated with an associated user
  • 9,713,675 Unmanned device interaction methods and systems
  • 9,716,711 High-value document authentication system and method
  • 9,716,764 Display of communication system usage statistics
  • 9,720,971 Discovering transformations applied to a source table to generate a target table
  • 9,721,228 Locally hosting a social network using social data stored on a user's computer
  • 9,723,336 Television advertisement reach and frequency management
  • 9,727,631 Automatic categorization of entries in a contact list
  • 9,729,489 Systems and methods for notification management and delivery
  • 9,733,644 Unmanned device interaction methods and systems
  • 9,735,868 Derivation of an identifier encoded in a visible light communication signal
  • 9,736,209 State change alerts mechanism
  • 9,736,255 Methods of providing access to messages based on degrees of separation
  • 9,747,483 Methods for securing invisible 2D barcodes and printed images
  • 9,747,486 Decoding visual codes
  • 9,747,577 Automatic guarantee delivery tracking and reporting for United States Postal Service postage refunds for paid computer-based postage
  • 9,747,583 Presenting entity profile information to a user of a computing device
  • 9,749,276 System and method for analyzing communications
  • 9,749,279 System and method for analyzing communications
  • 9,760,866 Systems and methods to provide server side profile information
  • 9,767,656 Environmental data collection
  • 9,769,035 Domain popularity scoring
  • 9,769,104 Methods and system for delivering multiple notifications
  • 9,773,436 Bedding product with age indicator
  • 9,774,560 People lists
  • 9,779,392 Apparatuses, methods and systems for a publishing and subscribing platform of depositing negotiable instruments
  • 9,779,452 Apparatuses, methods, and systems for remote deposit capture with enhanced image detection
  • 9,785,985 Selection information system and method for ingestible product preparation system and method
  • 9,787,908 Frame synchronized room lighting
  • 9,794,408 Routing of communications
  • 9,794,410 Methods, systems, and products for routing communications
  • 9,798,325 Unmanned device interaction methods and systems
  • 9,798,757 Automatic tracking of contact interactions
  • 9,798,999 Systems and methods for ranking potential attended delivery/pickup locations
  • 9,800,679 Defining a social network model implied by communications data
  • 9,802,720 Apparatus and method for maintaining a pattern of non-rigid objects in a desired position and orientation
  • 9,805,329 Reusable shipping product
  • 9,807,130 Multiple avatar personalities
  • 9,811,513 Annotation structure type determination
  • 9,811,798 Systems and methods of locating and selling items at attended delivery/pickup locations
  • 9,813,370 System and method for analyzing communications
  • 9,817,622 Cloud printer with a common user print experience
  • 9,818,090 Systems and methods for image and criterion monitoring during mobile deposit
  • 9,819,629 System and method for analyzing communications
  • 9,819,765 Systems and methods to provide assistance during user input
  • 9,824,377 Round-robin e-mail scheduling
  • 9,827,598 System and method for sorting items
  • 9,827,598 System and method for sorting items
  • 9,832,095 Operation modes for mobile traffic optimization and concurrent management of optimized and non-optimized traffic
  • 9,836,704 Postal seamless acceptance system for determining exception handling
  • 9,838,345 Generating a relationship history
  • 9,838,434 Creating and managing a network security tag
  • 9,842,144 Presenting suggestions for user input based on client device characteristics
  • 9,842,145 Providing profile information using servers
  • 9,842,308 Systems and methods for rules based shipping
  • 9,852,126 Host-based intelligent results related to a character stream
  • 9,864,865 Secure electronic mail system
  • 9,866,509 Spam filtering and person profiles
  • 9,872,157 Prohibiting mobile forwarding
  • 9,877,504 Conditioning system for nutritional substances
  • 9,878,825 Reusable top flap envelope with dual opposing seal flaps
  • 9,886,628 Systems and methods for mobile image capture and content processing
  • 9,886,656 Managing privacy of information during shipments
  • 9,892,454 Systems and methods for obtaining an image of a check to be deposited
  • 9,894,018 Electronic messaging using reply telephone numbers
  • 9,896,226 Mail piece insertion mechanisms and methods of use
  • 9,898,778 Systems and methods for obtaining an image of a check to be deposited
  • 9,902,511 Transformation system for optimization of nutritional substances at consumption
  • 9,904,848 Character count determination for a digital image
  • 9,911,246 Systems and methods utilizing gravity feed for postage metering
  • 9,916,557 Systems and methods for item delivery and pick-up using social networks
  • 9,922,576 Ingestion intelligence acquisition system and method for ingestible material preparation system and method
  • 9,940,572 Methods and a computing device for determining whether a mark is genuine
  • 9,946,865 Document authentication based on expected wear
  • 9,946,904 Apparatus and method for monitoring and communicating data associated with a product
  • 9,946,923 Systems and methods of check detection
  • 9,947,167 Treatment system and method for ingestible product dispensing system and method
  • 9,948,599 Announcing new users of an electronic communications system to existing users
  • 9,954,751 Measuring performance of a network using mirrored probe packets
  • 9,954,963 Indexing and searching content behind links presented in a communication
  • 9,965,903 Postage metering with accumulated postage
  • 9,967,242 Rich content scanning for non-service accounts for email delivery
  • 9,969,589 Delivery processing apparatus and delivery processing method
  • 9,973,655 Image processing apparatus, method for controlling image processing apparatus, and storage medium
  • 9,977,777 System and method for read-ahead enhancements
  • 9,990,639 Automatic detection of fraudulent real estate listings
  • 9,996,779 Intelligent label device and method
  • 9,996,813 Systems and methods for creating and using a hybrid-digital mailbox
  • 9,997,006 Treatment system and method for ingestible product dispensing system and method
  • 10,002,340 Concepts for electronic door hangers
  • 10,002,341 Systems and methods for returning one or more items via an attended delivery/pickup location
  • 10,013,605 Digital camera processing system
  • 10,013,672 Address extraction from a communication
  • 10,013,674 Electronic messaging changed recipients detection and notification
  • 10,013,681 System and method for mobile check deposit
  • 10,019,000 Unmanned device utilization methods and systems
  • 10,019,697 System and method for flexible payment terms
  • 10,021,062 Secure electronic mail system
  • 10,021,151 Sharing social network information
  • 10,021,267 Dynamic print job previewer with automatic stock adjustment
  • 10,024,734 Point-of-care inventory management system and method
  • 10,026,336 Refuse intelligence acquisition system and method for ingestible product preparation system and method
  • 10,033,669 Managing electronic messages sent to reply telephone numbers
  • 10,061,958 Methods and a computing device for determining whether a mark is genuine
  • 10,069,924 Application programming interfaces for communication systems
  • 10,074,067 Systems and methods for providing personalized delivery services
  • 10,078,679 Verifying the validity and status of data from disparate sources
  • 10,078,810 Systems and methods for providing personalized delivery services
  • 10,078,819 Presenting favorite contacts information to a user of a computing device
  • 10,079,847 Adaptive automatic email domain name correction
  • 10,089,596 Systems and methods for providing personalized delivery services
  • 10,089,797 Systems and methods for providing localized functionality in browser based postage transactions
  • 10,089,986 Systems and methods to present voice message information to a user of a computing device
  • 10,102,504 Methods for controlling display of electronic messages captured based on community rankings
  • 10,102,536 Micro-geographic aggregation system
  • 10,102,583 System and methods for obtaining insurance offers using mobile image capture
  • 10,104,904 Substrate structure parts assembly treatment system and method for ingestible product system and method
  • 10,110,504 Computing units using directional wireless communication
  • 10,115,093 Food printing goal implementation substrate structure ingestible material preparation system and method
  • 10,121,218 Substrate structure injection treatment system and method for ingestible product system and method
  • 10,122,675 Retrospective changing of previously sent messages
  • 10,127,421 Controlling usage of perishable products with a smart portable device
  • 10,134,002 Systems and methods for providing personalized delivery services
  • 10,144,241 Separable or opening portions for printable sheet material
  • 10,146,766 Email suggestor system

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