6,687,745 2/3/04 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DELIVERING A GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE
OF REMOTE APPLICATIONS OVER A THIN BANDWIDTH CONNECTION Franco; Louis M.;
Rose; Frank Leon; Brittan; Philip S. J.; Cunningham; Mark; Bulkin; Alex
; Baskin; Mat; Blonder; Greg ; Assignee droplets
And family US 8,626,826 1/7/14 US 8,402,115 4/3/12
- A fast,
efficient and platform independent way to deliver the experience of
a software application without downloading the code. Instead, a thin
"droplet" on the client acts to display a user interface controlled
by a fat application on a server- only screen information is sent down
the wire, leaving the business logic and maintenance headaches on the
server. Droplets can be used to deliver everything from weather and
stock reports (no browser required), to instant messages, email, work
flow, payroll and database access.
5,946,299 9/31/99 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PROVIDING INCREASED SERVER PERFORMANCE,
IN A COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK Blonder, G.
5,802,275 9/1/98 ISOLATION OF NON-SECURE SOFTWARE FROM SECURE SOFTWARE
TO LIMIT VIRUS INFECTIONS Blonder; Greg E.
servers are often overloaded by traffic bursts or time-of-day swells.
Typically, more servers are added in a "server farm" to accommodate
the load, with some kind of local area network to spread the traffic
across the farm. This patent describes an alternative solution, where
the server, detecting an imminent overload condition, tells the requesting
machine to redirect all future requests to free server which could
be located anywhere on the Internet. In addition, the same technique
can be used to redirect traffic depending on other business needs-
for example, a high priority customer is redirected to a low traffic
server, while all others contend for limited resources on the congested
5,727,047 3/10/98 ARRANGEMENT FOR INTERFACING A TELEPHONE DEVICE WITH
A PERSONAL COMPUTER Bentley; Jon Louis, Blonder; Greg E., Hutchison; Paul
W., Ow-Wing; Kevin M., Raven; Michael S., Schlessinger; Joseph E., Specht;
Dennis W., Sumner, Jr.; Eric E., Weaver, III; Ralph J.,
- A personal digital assistant (PDA) receives and executes both encrypted
and unencrypted programs. Encrypted programs are fairly secure from
virus infection, while unencrypted programs are not. To prevent
contamination of the PDA with infected encrypted programs, only those
encrypted programs that are keyed to the individual PDA's unique device
identifier can be decrypted and executed by that PDA. To prevent
non-secure programs from corrupting secure programs and their data,
programs that were received unencrypted are prevented from modifying
programs that were received encrypted as well as data generated by
their execution. When a user suspects a virus infection, the user
pushes a special button on the PDA that prevents execution of
programs that were received unencrypted and hence are suspected of
being infected, while allowing continued execution of programs
that were received encrypted and hence are presumed to be secure. One idea generated from the early smartphone "Airwriter" project"
5,559,961 9/25/96 GRAPHICAL PASSWORD Blonder, G.
phone is designed to attach to the serial port of a PC, so it can
access the PC's (PIM) directory, exchange caller-ID information, auto
dial, etc. The phone works even when the PC is off, and stores recent
call records for later, automatic updates. A one person PBX/call center.
5113041 05/12/92 INFORMATION PROCESSING Blonder Greg E; Boie Robert A
a pen-based or touch-screen computer, the password to unlock the machine
is a series of touch sensitive invisible sites hidden under a displayed
image. The original patent behind Windows Visual password login.
5,103,376 04/07/92 DUAL POSITION
COMPUTER ARRANGEMENT Blonder Greg E
graphics tablet for a PDA or computer, using capacitance to detect
the position of the pen. Low cost, low power and high resolution.
4,579,807 04/01/86 OPTICAL INFORMATION STORAGE; SPUTTERING METALS, SUCH
AS INDIUM, IN OXYGEN OR NITROGEN; CONTINUOUS AND NON-CONTINUOUS PHASES,
CONTRAST Blonder G E; Hebard A F
special hinge for a laptop computer with pen input. The display position
can be interchanged with the keyboard by rotating the hinge, yet both
the keyboard and display images remain vertical.
read/writable optical disk media, using laser induced phase changes
to create index of refraction variations, which are read out as information