Improved fingerprint reader leads to patent for pair of Cypress inventors
A new kind of fingerprint reader developed for Hewlett-Packard has earned a U.S. patent for a Magnolia man.
According to the patent, the novel feature of the device is that it can be safely restored to factory settings in the presence of another electronic device when the proper settings are enabled. This should make it easier for users who need to reset their devices for security or other reasons.
The patent lists as inventors Valiuddin Ali of Cypress, Jeffrey C. Parker of Magnolia and Lan Wang of Cypress. The patent's official number is 7,882,340. It was originally filed on July 31, 2007 and approved on Feb. 1 of this year. HP owns the patent.
While its international headquarters are in Palo Alto, California, HP's Houston offices serve as the nerve center of its U.S. division. They are located in the Cy-Fair area at 20555 SH 249.
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