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WordLogic Corporation: Pioneer Patent Granted
Tuesday, November 06, 2007
Vancouver, British Columbia -- WordLogic Corporation (OTCBB:WLGC), a leading-edge developer and licenser of advanced multilingual predictive text input software, announced today that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued the Company’s pioneer Patent No. 7293231 titled "Data Entry for Personal Computing Devices." The Patent is owned by the Company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, 602531 British Columbia Ltd. A copy of the Patent can be obtained from the USPTO web site, located at www.uspto.gov.
"After 7 years of prosecution by the USPTO, WordLogic’s proprietary technology held up against extensive examination and deserves its place in history," commented Frank Evanshen, WordLogic's President and CEO. "The Company intends to protect its patented technology and to generate revenue from licensing, while the Company continues to expand its patent portfolio. We look forward to forging relationships with every company that is using or wishes to use our patented technology."
About WordLogic Corporation
WordLogic Corporation is a technology company that delivers predictive interface solutions for computing devices ranging from small hand-held devices such as PDAs to laptops and tablet PCs to conventional desktop computers. Incorporated in the United States, the company’s research, testing and marketing facilities are located in Canada.
For more information, please visit www.wordlogic.com.
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