Hewlett-Packard patents granted on 22 May 2012

32 US patents granted on 22 May 2012 and assigned to Hewlett-Packard

1 D660,351 Multi-function imaging and printing device
2 D660,350 Multi-function printer
3 D660,228 Power supply unit
4 8,185,941 System and method of tamper-resistant control
5 8,185,913 Manageability platform in an unified system
6 8,185,894 Training a virtual machine placement controller
7 8,185,893 Starting up at least one virtual machine in a physical machine by a load balancer
8 8,185,766 Hierarchical power management with hot mode
9 8,185,697 Methods and systems for coherence protocol tuning
10 8,185,681 Docking Station
11 8,185,663 Mirroring storage interface
12 8,185,536 Rank-order service providers based on desired service properties
13 8,185,535 Methods and systems for determining unknowns in collaborative filtering
14 8,185,348 Techniques for monitoring a data stream
15 8,185,165 Method and apparatus for adaptive power saving in a mobile computing device
16 8,184,982 Data reporting systems and methods
17 8,184,869 Digital image enhancement
18 8,184,853 Method of triggering a detector to detect a moving feature within a video stream
19 8,184,758 Method and apparatus for detecting electrical idle
20 8,184,712 Robust and efficient compression/decompression providing for adjustable division of computational complexity between encoding/compression and decoding/decompression
21 8,184,512 Optical disk drive with embedded test medium
22 8,184,394 Transducer head assemblies and modules
23 8,184,357 Display element
24 8,184,128 Data distribution system and method therefor
25 8,183,979 Physical object with memory tags and apparatus for writing and using such objects
26 8,183,827 Adaptive charger system and method
27 8,183,757 Display element
28 8,183,566 Hetero-crystalline semiconductor device and method of making same
29 8,182,082 Printer accessory module for high capacity printing
30 8,182,078 Inks, printing methods and printing devices
31 8,182,076 Fluid supply system
32 8,182,065 Apparatus and methods for compensation of thermal and hydroscopic expansion effects in a low cost motion control system