Kevin Chen
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Online Advertisement - CAPTCHA test including an advertisement (IBM) - Patent Application - PRIOR ART REQUEST
5 votes

The idea of advertisements as CAPTCHAs is not new. For example, Solve Media filed a patent for this in 2010. However, I am not sure whether they have the additional complexity of customizing the ads ...

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Synchronizing files - Distributed Storage (Citrix) - Patent Application - PRIOR ART REQUEST
3 votes

From the request, it sounds like this is a patent for predictive caching: "trying to solve the problem of having much more stored in the cloud than you want to dedicate space to on the client" ...

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Synchronizing files - Distributed Storage (Citrix) - Patent Application - PRIOR ART REQUEST
3 votes

Google Chrome has the ability to download webpages (files) related to the current one pre-emptively. I think this covers "selecting a set of files which is related to a particular file." From 2011: ...

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Sharing digital content - Delivering video to a selected device (Google) - Patent Application - PRIOR ART REQUEST
1 votes

Apple’s AirTunes protocol (now know as AirPlay) was introduced in 2004. It lets users stream audio (and later video) from one device to another. An example is streaming songs from an iTunes library on ...

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Mobile ads - Location-based based messages (from a self-proclaimed "Internet visionary") - Patent Application - PRIOR ART REQUEST
1 votes

The application also contains a claim for using RFID to get the location of a device: "2. The method of claim 1, wherein the computer receives the data via a radio frequency identification tag of ...

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Mobile ads - Location-based based messages (from a self-proclaimed "Internet visionary") - Patent Application - PRIOR ART REQUEST
1 votes

Like most modern smartphones and tablets, Apple iOS devices have used many of the methods in this patent application for years. For the location aspect, Apple filed US Patent #8,396,485 on 9 Nov ...

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US20140085334 - Apple applies for patent on transparent texting
0 votes

There's an app called Text Vision that has been approved on the iOS App Store since early 2010.

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