US Patent and Trademark Office Allows Landmark Mobile Search Patent

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Lone Star founders allowed a landmark “System and method of providing requested information to thin clients” patent in the mobile search space

Its broad applicability to mobile search and applications as well as other areas is exciting

Lone Star, internationally recognized in business and technology decision support, modeling, and simulation, and a provider of advisory services addressing highly complex client issues announces that its founders were allowed a landmark patent in the mobile search space.

The patent application “System and method of providing requested information to thin clients” was filed in 2001 and covers critical elements related to providing information to people using mobile and other devices. The patent also addresses formatting limitations on small devices, making it an important application for cell phones and smart phones. Additionally, the patent addresses soliciting feedback on the quality of the information. A survey of the market showed pervasive use of the technology covered in the patent.

“We are extremely excited about the opportunity this patent affords us,” said John Volpi, CTO of Lone Star. “Its broad applicability to mobile search and applications as well as other areas is exciting. It has been a long process to get to this point, but we are now ready to evaluate all of our business options moving forward.”

In addition to Mr. John Volpi, Mr. Steve Roemerman and Mr. Matthew Bowers other cited inventors include Ms. Kelly Hartley and Ms. Jodi Rubin. The attorney responsible for prosecuting the patent was Mr. Glenn Boisbrun of Slater & Matsil, L.L.P.

About Lone Star
Lone Star has built a strong reputation with its clients for delivering insightful analysis, advice and support leading to improved operational performance, monetary savings and risk reduction. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Lone Star has gained international recognition for its decision analysis and business modeling, by providing advisory services addressing a client’s most complex, mission critical challenges. Lone Star’s roots lie in the development, fielding and support of complex technologies and programs for the Department of Defense and commercial enterprises in the telecommunications and technology markets.

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