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Microsoft v Motorola ITC '054 Patent Claim Chart

Microsoft v Motorola ITC '054 Patent Claim Chart

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Microsoft v. Motorola ITC complaint (investigation no. 337-TA-744), claim chart for '054 patent
Microsoft v. Motorola ITC complaint (investigation no. 337-TA-744), claim chart for '054 patent

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EXHIBIT 58
 
 
’054 Patent Exemplary Motorola Devices
11. In a client associated with anetworked system that includes aserver that stores a resource, amethod for accessing the resourceand then interacting off-line with theresource in a manner such that itappears, from the standpoint of theclient, that the client is on-line,comprising the steps of:To the extent the preamble is construed to be limiting, theDroid 2 is a client associated with network systems.For example, Figure 11-1 shows the Motorola Droid 2phone (hereinafter, "Droid 2"), which is a client runningthe Android operating system that is associated with anetworked system that includes a server that stores aresource (e.g., calendar data objects).
Figure 11-1
 As more fully set forth below, the Droid 2 client providesa method for accessing a calendar resource and theninteracting off-line with the calendar resource in a mannersuch that it appears, from the standpoint of the client, thatthe client is on-line.while the client is on-line with theserver, receiving from the server acopy of the resource and resourcestate information representing thestate of the resource stored at theserver at a selected moment;While the Droid 2 client is on-line with the server, theDroid 2 provides for receiving from the server a copy of acalendar resource and resource state informationrepresenting the state of the resource stored at the serverat a selected moment.
 
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Figure 11-2: Droid 2 client configured to synchronize aCalendar application program with a server
By way of example, as seen in Figure 11-2, the Droid 2client is configured to synchronize a Calendar applicationprogram with a server.
Figure 11-3: "Staff Meeting" calendar resource storedon the server

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