The US Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of four newly granted patents for Apple Inc. The notables within that group include one relating to a hybrid antenna that Apple prominently yet quietly assigns to that of smartbook. The second patent of interest is extraordinarily detailed and covers the widest range of future products imaginable. In fact this report will only cover one segment of the patent while the other information is presented in our supplementary report titled "Apple TV to Take Sporting Events to a Whole New Level." This powerful patent was acquired by Apple as the key credit goes to an individual by the name of Curtis A. Vock of Boulder, CO. In fact, if truth be told, it would appear that Apple acquired this patent via the outcome of Civil Action Complaint 06-CV-02122 - PhatRat Technology LLC v. Apple Computer Inc. filed in Oct. 24, 2006. The patents known to be associated with PhatRat were "Personal Items Network, and Associated Methods" and "Activity monitoring systems and methods" covered in our March report. The technology found within this current patent covers subject matters ranging from the Apple iPhone 3G-S feature called "Find My iPhone," to that of a heart monitoring system, an advanced Industrial Transport tracking system, a baby monitoring alarm system and other unique applications that could very well be worked into future iterations of Apple's iPhone. Curtis A. Vock is credited with over 45 successful patents including those from PhatRat.