This sub-category of Information Technology (IT) pertains to improvements we think could be made to Google's products and services. We provide these suggestions free of charge, for the purpose of improving Google from our perspective.
This sub-category of Information Technology (IT) pertains to our ideas relating to the improvement of Internet Search Engines (ISE), such as Google, Bing, and Yahoo! We release the content in this sub-category free of charge, for the purpose of improving the search engines.
This futuristic technology would route light using an internal gyroscopic mirror within a fiber-optic routing system. The router would work by routing light signals needed for processing Internet or Intranet requests, through the use of a rotating gyroscopic mirror.
These suggested improvements to Microsoft's software and services have been created as part of the Microsoft Partnership with MCE123. They are free for Microsoft to use, without any claim to Intellectual Property rights.
This sub-category of Information Technology (IT) pertains to Optical Systems Engineering (OSE), which includes Intellectual Property such as information about a five-way optical transistor and optical switch, multi-layered optical circuitry, multi-light particle conduit, and other optical computing ideas.
This sub-category of Information Technology (IT) has Intellectual Property pertaining to the improvement of Printing (P) technologies, such as artificial intelligence that helps you choose the right print media based on what is in the printer, a grouping print spooler application, and other printing technologies.
This sub-category of Information Technology (IT) pertains to Security (S) technologies and methods that can be implemented to make the IT world more secure. Examples of this would be automatic buffer overflow detection, and even a program that allows selectivity in the types of cookies that a web browser accepts.
This sub-category of Information Technology (IT) pertains to Intellectual Property relating to the Software Industry (SWI), such as better OCR recognition software, a caller ID spoofing identification system, software that can calculate the competition's probability of success, and many other concepts.
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