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New WordLogic Intelligent Input(TM) Software Excites Manufacturers and Carriers at CTIA; Wins DroidPlanet Innovative Product Award

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Oct. 19, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — “Not only did WordLogic (OTCQB:WLGC.PK – News) capture 67% of all votes as best new product for the Google Android platform–just about every global touch screen device manufacturer came to view the new Intelligent Input(TM) software which was introduced at the recent 2011 CTIA Enterprise & Application Show, in San Diego, CA,” reports WordLogic CEO Frank Evanshen.

Evanshen reported that at CTIA several “global giants in telecommunications and consumer electronics were keenly interested in our Technology and wanted WordLogic to follow up with their respective divisions, including their R&D departments.

“Coming out of CTIA, we are exploring new relationships, including licensing–in fact several major players are working with our new product under NDAs,” says Mr. Evanshen. “One major global device manufacturer arranged an urgent meeting to formalize a license for a new Enterprise device launching,” says Evanshen, who adds that a “large South American carrier loved the software in the Spanish version, while a major device manufacturer, based in China, requested that representatives of WordLogic follow up for their upcoming product launches.”

At the DroidPlanet Android Conference, held as part of the CTIA Show, WordLogic Corporation, won the 2011 Entrepreneur Award for the best new product, while capturing two-thirds of the vote. DroidPlanet is a two-day Android Conference with valuable technical and business information exchange for leaders in the global Android ecosystem, from developers, entrepreneurs, to executives; from Apps, platforms, solutions, tools, to startups.

Mike Flom, SVP Mobile Technology for WordLogic, previewed the company’s new technology to selected media, device OEMs and investors at CTIA.

“With the enormous growth of smartphone and tablet applications like text messaging, email, web browsing and social networking, the demand for text input continues to explode — but text input has never been harder. The world needs a better solution, and we’re the solution,” adds Mr. Evanshen.