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Wall Street News Alert

February 11, 2009 09:33 ET

Wall Street News Alert: Movers & Shakers for Wednesday's Stock Market! February 11, 2009

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WESTON, FL--(Marketwire - February 11, 2009) - Wall Street News Alert's "stocks to watch" this morning are: WordLogic Corporation (OTCBB: WLGC), Expeditors International of Washington, Inc. (NASDAQ: EXPD), Level 3 Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: LVLT) and ViroPharma Incorporated (NASDAQ: VPHM).

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WordLogic Corporation's (OTCBB: WLGC) interface technology seems to be garnering attention from some big names (see below). And with important news just released, WordLogic should have the attention of investors. Yesterday after the markets closed, the company, a technology company that delivers predictive interface solutions for computing devices, issued a press release announcing that serious discussions are taking place to substantially finance the operations of the Company.

This could be big news for the company as the finalization of the Technical Evaluation by Mark Varley will prove WordLogic's value to the financial community. This report addresses the value of the Company's crown jewel -- its patent portfolio. The Company's patents protect its technology the moment a business application leaves the first level and drills deeper into databases or search lists. The vertical business, professional, educational, and government applications are endless. It is only a matter of time when this company's technology and patents will be discovered for their real value. The report will be completed shortly and will also address the vast potential of the technology's vertical applications and the size of their markets.

"This Evaluation will expose other potential market infringers that can be addressed in the future,'' said Frank Evanshen, CEO and President of WordLogic Corporation. "In respect to the patent infringement case with Mercedes-Benz, typically such cases are financially burdensome. WordLogic Corporation has structured a contingency arrangement that is financially acceptable."

Last week WordLogic reported that its outreach and marketing programs have produced some extensive results within the last two weeks. According to the press release, "Virtually every major phone carrier including Verizon Internet Services Inc., Sprint, and Cingular Wireless LLC, in addition to companies such as America Online Inc., Amazon.com Inc., Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, Google Inc., Department of Veterans Affairs, Cox Communications Inc., Comcast Cable Communications Inc., Goldman Sachs, Fidelity Trust, BellSouth Net Inc., Netscape Communications Corp., all in all over 300 major companies, government agencies and educational institutions, have sought information about WordLogic.

"Although this interest has yet to materialize into any business relationships, we believe that these efforts on our part will produce positive results in the future,'' said Frank Evanshen, CEO and President of WordLogic Corporation. "It is our goal to make the business community aware of WordLogic's technology platform. We will continue to communicate the power of our software and its potential that has yet to be realized. Its intuitive prediction from language-based dictionaries is in only one application. First-level searching of databases is commonly used today, however reaching into second, third and multiple databases, drilling deep in search of information, separates WordLogic from the competition. Our patents protect our technology the moment a business application leaves the first level and drills deeper into databases or search lists. The vertical business, professional, educational, and government applications are endless. It is only a matter of time before this company's technology and patents will be discovered for their real value."

In other news, David Stewart has updated his analysis on WordLogic. The complete report is available at: http://www.wallstreetnewsalert.com/HotStocks/WLGC021109/default.aspx.

The stock closed yesterday at Forty Four cents a share.

In case you are not familiar with the company: 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.

Expeditors International of Washington, Inc. (NASDAQ: EXPD) up 6.1% on 8.8 million shares traded.

Expeditors is a global logistics company headquarter red in Seattle, Washington.

Level 3 Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: LVLT) up 3% on 8 million shares traded.

Level 3 Communications, Inc. is one of the leading international providers of fiber-based communications services.

ViroPharma Incorporated (NASDAQ: VPHM) up 7.8% on 6.3 million shares traded.

ViroPharma Incorporated is a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the development and commercialization of products that address serious diseases treated by physician specialists and in hospital settings.

Market Commentary:

The Commerce Department said Tuesday that wholesale inventories plunged by 1.4 percent, nearly double analysts' expectations of 0.8 percent and the steepest since records began in January 1992. It also was the fourth straight monthly decline.

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