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The domain name mobi is a top-level domain in the Domain Name System of the Internet. Its name is derived from the adjective mobile, indicating it is used by mobile devices for accessing Internet resources via the Mobile Web.The domain was approved by ICANN on 11 July 2005, and is managed by the mTLD global registry. It was originally financially backed and sponsored by Google, Microsoft, Nokia, Samsung, Ericsson, Vodafone, T-Mobile, Telefónica Móviles, Telecom Italia Mobile, Orascom Telecom, GSM Association, Hutchison Whampoa, Syniverse Technologies, and Visa, with an executive from each company serving on mTLD's board of directors.In February 2010, Afilias acquired mTLD Top-Level Domain Ltd. . Wikipedia.

The present invention relates to a device and a method for authenticating on the basis of position value, and comprises the steps of: registering, by the authentication device, position value information for authentication; outputting a symbol string including symbols corresponding to position values; selecting a symbol included in the outputted symbol string; and comparing the selected symbol with a symbol corresponding to a registered position value in the symbol string to determine whether the symbols match each other, and security is remarkably improved therethrough.

Mobi | Date: 2012-10-19

Embodiments of the invention include canes and methods related thereto. In an embodiment, the invention includes a self-walking cane including a handle, a leg, and an articulating joint connecting the handle and the leg. Other embodiments are also included herein.

Apparatus for identifying a communicating mobile terminal comprises an electromagnetic coupling device, an ultra-wide-band radio subsystem and a monitoring subsystem. The electromagnetic coupling device defines an exclusive zone for electromagnetic coupling between the device and the communicating mobile terminal, The ultra-wide-band radiofrequency subsystem simulates the availability to communicate with the mobile terminal of at least one base station of a telecommunication network. The monitoring subsystem recognizes a unique digital signature of the communicating mobile terminal implementing samples of an electromagnetic trace of a message sent by the mobile terminal in attempt to connect to a simulated base station.

A computerized method and system for rebilling a carrier bill is disclosed. The method includes receiving one or more carrier bills for a plurality of mobile phones at a processor, receiving a selection of a ratio for distributing the total fee amongst the plurality of mobile phones from an administrator device at the processor, determining, with the processor, an average cost per mobile phone based on the ratio multiplied by the total fee and divided a total number of mobile phones in the plurality of mobile phones, determining, with the processor, a cost-per-time for each of the plurality of mobile phones based on one minus the ratio multiplied by the usage time of each of the plurality of mobile phones and divided by a total minutes, and determining, with the processor, a total cost for any of the plurality of mobile phones.

A system and its methods using 4D signature to verify ones online transaction through mobile projector is disclosed for the first time; the purpose is to enhance the security of currently booming e-commence industry. By 4D, we mean a signature that is written in 3D space and 1D time. The speed and the force the writer used are all recorded in great details, and it becomes very hard to be forged. One sample implementation combined with a popular smart phone is described in details. Two mini projectors and two cameras are used in a coordinated way, with one catch even line, and the other catch odd line; and both catch the red green and blue in strictly defined time sequences. Pre-distortion, de-jitter, auto focus and background color compensation methods are also included. Finally, cloud sever is used to improve the authentication accuracy, through the data fusion.

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