Access control and alarm monitoring systems; Computer hardware and peripherals; Ear buds; Electric actuators; Electric sensors; Event recorders; Eyewear; Mobile computers; Mobile computing and operating platforms consisting of data transceivers, wireless networks and gateways for collection and management of data; Mobile hotspot devices; Mobile operating systems; Mobile phone cases featuring rechargeable batteries; Mobile phones; Multifunction...
On Friday, April 22, 2016, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for
BLEISURE PASS by
Paul Farkas, Melville, NY 11747.
The USPTO has given the BLEISURE PASS
trademark serial number of 87010194.
The current federal status of this trademark filing is NON-FINAL OFFICE ACTION ISSUED - CLARIFICATION NEEDED.
The correspondent listed for BLEISURE PASS is
PAUL FARKAS of
4 VAUXHALL CT, MELVILLE, NY 11747,
The BLEISURE PASS trademark is filed in the category of
Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products
The description provided to the USPTO for BLEISURE PASS
is Access control and alarm monitoring systems; Computer hardware and peripherals; Ear buds; Electric actuators; Electric sensors; Event recorders; Eyewear; Mobile computers; Mobile computing and operating platforms consisting of data transceivers, wireless networks and gateways for collection and management of data; Mobile hotspot devices; Mobile operating systems; Mobile phone cases featuring rechargeable batteries; Mobile phones; Multifunction electronic devices for use in copying, printing, scanning, video capturing and/or transmitting documents and images; Network cards; Smart watches; Wearable activity trackers; Wearable computers; Augmented reality software for use in mobile devices for integrating electronic data with real world environments for the purpose of searching for hotels, travel destinations and leisure activities, learning by discovery, viewing entertainment events and performances, participating in meetings and conferences, visualizing brand storytelling, and experiencing leisure activities; Automated systems, namely, software, hardware and communications devices for planning, scheduling, controlling, monitoring and providing information on transportation assets and parts thereof; Carrying cases for cell phones; Cell phone covers; Cellular phone accessory charms; Computer communications software to allow customers to access bank account information and transact bank business; Computer e-commerce software to allow users to perform electronic business transactions via a global computer network; Computer game software for use on mobile and cellular phones; Computer gaming software for recreational game playing purposes; Computer hardware and software system for tracking people, objects and pets using GPS data on a device on the tracked people, objects and pets; Computer hardware and software systems for displaying, measuring, and uploading to the Internet information including time, date, calendar, body and heart rates, global positioning, direction, distance, altitude, speed, steps taken, and calories burned, navigational information, weather information, the temperature, wind speed, and the change of body and heart rates, altitude and speed; Computer hardware for communicating audio, video and data between computers via a global computer network, wide-area computer networks, and peer-to-peer computer networks; Computer programs for the enabling of access or entrance control; Computer search engine software; Computer software for the collection, editing, organizing, modifying, book marking, transmission, storage and sharing of data and information; Computer software for the databasing, visualization, manipulation, virtual reality immersion and integration of geographic information with on-line member communities; Computer software for the field of warehousing and distribution, to manage transactional data, provide statistical analysis, and produce notifications and reports; Computer software that assists computers in deploying parallel applications and performing parallel computations; Computer software, namely, an application allowing sales and field service employees to update and receive data stored in an enterprise's computer databases in real time, using a mobile device, with full telephony integration with the telephone and/or software features of the mobile device; Computer software, namely, electronic financial platform that accommodates multiple types of payment and debt transactions in an integrated mobile phone, PDA, and web based environment; Computer software, namely, software development tools for the creation of mobile internet applications and client interfaces; Consumer coupons downloaded from a global computer network; Contact lenses; Downloadable mobile applications for searching for hotels, travel destinations and leisure activities, learning by discovery, viewing entertainment events and performances, participating in meetings and conferences, visualizing brand storytelling, and to optimize or guide leisure activities; Downloadable image file containing artwork, text, audio, video, games and Internet Web links relating to sporting and cultural activities; Downloadable ring tones, graphics and music via a global computer network and wireless devices; Downloadable scientific and medical data via the internet; Earphones and headphones; Electrical voice intracommunications systems comprising control stations, interface modules, frames, controller cards, connectors, power supplies, panels and mountings for use in the production of live musical performances, theatre, and other live events; Electronic tags for goods; Electronic and electrical apparatus, namely, ticket issuing, reading and recording machines; Electronic and electrical apparatus, namely, voucher issuing, reading and recording machines; Electronic and magnetic ID cards for use in connection with payment for services; Electronic devices for animal locating and tracking programmed to use global positioning systems (GPS) and cellular communications; Electronic devices for locating and tracking members, mentors, influencers and celebrities using radio frequency, global positioning system, near field communication, cellular communication networks; Electronic readers/recorders for medical patient identification bands; Electronic security token in the nature of a fob-like device used by an authorized user of a computer system facilitate authentication; Electronic text-messaging device for use in conjunction with personal digital assistants; Encoded key cards; Encoded identification bracelets, magnetic; Encoded micro particulates, tags and taggants of plastic, metal or silicate for use in the field of passive labeling, tracing or tracking of persons, animals, vehicles or goods of any kind; Eyeglass lenses; Global positioning system (GPS) consisting of computers, computer software, transmitters, receivers, and network interface devices; GPS tracking device to be worn on the wrist of an athlete during endurance events; Heads-up displays (HUDs) in the nature of transparent electronic displays for use in managing information regarding tracking, compliance and motivation with a personal and social health and fitness program; Home networking hardware enclosures; Interactive computer kiosks comprising computers, computer hardware, computer peripherals, and computer operating software, for use in providing directory assistance in a shopping mall and in conducting monetary transactions; Interactive multimedia computer program for managing information regarding tracking, compliance and motivation with a personal and social health and fitness program; Interactive photo kiosks for capturing, printing and uploading digital images for future use; Interoperable communication system designed to provide radio, streaming video, wireless internet, and VOIP phone; Iris recognition security devices; Light emitting diodes (LEDs); Luminous beacons; Magnetic coded cards for use as electronic tickets and use in financial transactions; Magnetically encoded charge cards; Magnetically encoded credit cards; Magnetically encoded debit cards; Magnetically encoded gift cards; Magnetically encoded key cards; Mobile computing and operating platforms consisting of data transceivers, wireless networks and gateways for collection and management of data; Mobile hotspot devices; Motion-activated cameras; Multi-functional computer terminals with payment function; Multifunction electronic devices for use in copying, printing, scanning, video capturing and/or transmitting documents and images; Network cards; Optical filters; Personal data assistants; Personal security alarms that connect to a wireless communications network; Phablets; Photographic filters; Point-of-sale terminals for making contactless payments; Portable telecommunication instant messaging devices; Robotic exoskeleton suits worn by humans for the purpose of enhancing the strength and endurance of the person wearing the suit; SIM cards; Sp.