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Methods and systems for creating full backups, patent No. 8,200,926, invented by Russell Stringham of Orem, assigned to Symantec Corporation of Mountain View, Calif.

Tracking of resource utilization during cryptographic transformations, patent No. 8,200,960, invented by Kais Belgaied of Sunnyvale, Calif., Mark C. Powers of Park City, Bhargava K. Yenduri of Santa Clara, Calif., and Darrin P. Johnson of Mountain View, Calif., assigned to Oracle America, Inc. of Redwood Shores, Calif.

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Head band wrap component, patent No. D661,499, invented by Scott K. Warner of Lehi, assigned to Semco Plastic Company of St. Louis, Mo.

Extendable beverage stacker base, patent No. D661,556, invented by Scott K. Warner of Lehi, assigned to Semco Plastic Company of St. Louis, Mo.

Head for a galvanic skin treatment device, patent No. D661,811, invented by Scott B. Ferguson of Highland, Dale G. Kern of Hyde Park, James N. Doyle, Jr. of Fort Myers, Fla., and Bruno Gimelli of Zollikofen, Switzerlannd, assigned to NSE Products, Inc. of Provo.

Window buck and method of assembly, patent No. RE43,457, invented by Justin J. Anderson of Mendon, Bruce W. Anderson of Mendon, and Thayne J. Anderson of Mendon, assigned to Justin J. Anderson of Logan.

Everett Robinson, an attorney registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, compiles this list weekly for The Salt Lake Tribune. Robinson can be reached at 801-649-5858. For more patents, see the Money page at sltrib.com, go to Sections on the left-hand side and click Patents.




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