ANDOVER, Mass. -- Veveo, a leading provider of semantic technologies to bridge the usability gap in connected devices and applications with intelligent search, discovery and personalization solutions, announced today the issuance of three new patents, bringing its total count of patents issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) to 34. Veveo has filed more than 67 patent applications to date for advanced technologies that support more than 100 million connected devices and televisions globally through Tier-1 service providers, device OEMs and payTV operators.
The Veveo application entitled: SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR FINDING DESIRED RESULTS BY INCREMENTAL SEARCH USING AN AMBIGUOUS KEYPAD WITH THE INPUT CONTAINING ORTHOGRAPHIC AND TYPOGRAPHIC ERRORS was assigned USPTO number: 8,370,284. This patent covers the concept of a computer-implemented user-interface system for incrementally finding, ordering and presenting one or more items on a display device, when the input has typing and phonetic errors.
The application entitled: USER INTERFACE METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR SELECTING AND PRESENTING CONTENT BASED ON USER NAVIGATION AND SELECTION ACTIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE CONTENT was assigned USPTO number: 8,375,069. It covers a user-interface method of presenting a collection of items in which the presentation is ordered, at least in part, based on navigation and selection behavior of a user learned over time.