Google patent by Larry Page from 2013 for systems and methods for modifying the order of links presented in a document – US8522128

This Google patent lists Larry Page (Lawrence E. Page) as an inventor and is directed towards systems and methods for modifying the order of links presented in a document. Mr. Page was awarded U.S. Patent 8522128 entitled “Systems and methods for modifying the order of links presented in a document” on August 27, 2013. The utility patent has been cited 0 times by other U.S. patents in the field of computer technology and in other fields.

Google  patent by Mark Zuckerberg from 2013 for systems and methods for modifying the order of links presented in a document - US8522128
A system modifies documents to aid users in determining which of the entries in the documents to choose. The system identifies a document that includes one or more entries. The system determines a score for each of the entries and modifies the identified document, or entries in the identified document, based on the determined scores. The system then provides the modified document to a user. Link: U.S. Patent 8522128

Google filed this utility patent on September 30, 2011 giving it a processing time of 697 days (compared to an average processing time of 1047 in the field). They have a total number of 15211 patents. The first named inventor is Lawrence E. Page of Palo Alto, CA. The patent was allowed by assistant examiner Ariel Mercado and primary examiner Doug Hutton, Jr..

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Google patent by Larry Page from 2008 for methods and apparatus for increasing efficiency of electronic document delivery to users – US7363291

This Google patent lists Larry Page (Lawrence E. Page) as an inventor and is directed towards methods and apparatus for increasing efficiency of electronic document delivery to users. Mr. Page was awarded U.S. Patent 7363291 entitled “Methods and apparatus for increasing efficiency of electronic document delivery to users” on April 22, 2008. The utility patent has been cited 139 times by other U.S. patents in the field of computer technology and in other fields.

Google  patent by Mark Zuckerberg from 2008 for methods and apparatus for increasing efficiency of electronic document delivery to users - US7363291
A computer-implemented method serves electronic document information in response to a user query identifying a target electronic document. The user query prompts a library search of library-stored electronic documents to determine whether the target electronic document corresponds to a library-stored electronic document. When the target electronic document corresponds to a library-stored electronic document, the library-stored electronic document is presented for review by the user. Also presented is information associated with the relationship between the library-stored electronic document and the target electronic document. In some embodiments, if the target electronic document does not correspond to the library-stored electronic documents, the method includes providing-link information for user access to the target web page. Link: U.S. Patent 7363291

Google filed this utility patent on March 29, 2002 giving it a processing time of 2216 days (compared to an average processing time of 2004 in the field). They have a total number of 15211 patents. The first named inventor is Lawrence E. Page of Palo Alto, CA. The patent was allowed by primary examiner Uyen Le and examiner .

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Innovative Google design patent for wearable display device – USD669066

This Google patent directed towards a wearable display device has been rated one of the most influential design patents in the field of recording, communication or information retrieval equipment. Google Inc. was awarded U.S. Patent D669066 entitled “Wearable display device” on October 16, 2012. The patent has been cited 103 times by other U.S. patents, which places it among the most cited design patents awarded since 2010 according to our law firm research.

Link: U.S. Patent D669066

Google filed this patent on April 20, 2012 giving it a processing time of 179 days (compared to an average processing time of 578 in the field). They have a total number of 15211 patents. The first named inventor is Mitchell Joseph Heinrich of SF, CA. The patent was allowed by primary examiner Raphael Barkai.

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Innovative Google design patent for electronic device with a graphical display element – USD651613

This Google patent directed towards an electronic device with a graphical display element has been rated one of the most influential design patents in the field of recording, communication or information retrieval equipment. Google Inc. was awarded U.S. Patent D651613 entitled “Electronic device with a graphical display element” on January 3, 2012. The patent has been cited 98 times by other U.S. patents, which places it among the most cited design patents awarded since 2010 according to our law firm research.

Link: U.S. Patent D651613

Google filed this patent on May 10, 2010 giving it a processing time of 603 days (compared to an average processing time of 428 in the field). They have a total number of 15211 patents. The first named inventor is Hector Ouilhet of Tokyo, Tokyo. The patent was allowed by primary examiner Karen E Kearney.

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Innovative Google design patent for display screen of a communications terminal with teardrop-shaped marker icon – USD621413

This Google patent directed towards a display screen of a communications terminal with teardrop-shaped marker icon has been rated one of the most influential design patents in the field of recording, communication or information retrieval equipment. Google Inc. was awarded U.S. Patent D621413 entitled “Display screen of a communications terminal with teardrop-shaped marker icon” on August 10, 2010. The patent has been cited 105 times by other U.S. patents, which places it among the most cited design patents awarded since 2010 according to our law firm research.

Link: U.S. Patent D621413

Google filed this patent on September 22, 2008 giving it a processing time of 687 days (compared to an average processing time of 428 in the field). They have a total number of 15211 patents. The first named inventor is Jens Eilstrup Rasmussen of SF, CA. The patent was allowed by assistant examiner Karen E Kearney.

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