WordLogic Corporation

WordLogic Corporation

March 15, 2005 18:13 ET

WordLogic Featured on TechWeb.com as 'Today's Top Story'


NEWS RELEASE TRANSMITTED BY CCNMatthews

FOR: WORDLOGIC CORPORATION

OTC Bulletin Board SYMBOL: WLGC

MARCH 15, 2005 - 18:13 ET

WordLogic Featured on TechWeb.com as 'Today's Top
Story'

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - March 15, 2005) - WordLogic
Corporation (OTCBB:WLGC), a progressive developer and licenser of
advanced multilingual predictive text input software, is featured as
"Today's Top Story" for March 15, 2005 on www.techweb.com a leading
internet resource site for Information Technology professionals.

In the article titled "Dumb 'Qwerty' Keyboard Finally Getting Smart", W.
David Gardner comments "The 'qwerty' keyboard has been the subject of
derision and verbal abuse ever since it made its first awkward
appearance in 1872. The device has been largely neglected through the
march of decades, even as computer components have advanced
dramatically."

Gardner continues: "The Predictive Keyboard can carry out a great many
simple and useful tasks: it can call up standard dictionaries and
thesauri, as well as enable its users to create their own macros and
personal dictionaries. But what's most intriguing is the Predictive
Keyboard's potential for use in more demanding chores-quickly accessing
databases, e-mail, spreadsheets, and instant messages."

"We're very pleased that an independent website the caliber of TechWeb
has chosen to review the WordLogic Predictive Keyboard for Desktop PCs"
said Frank Evanshen, CEO and President of WordLogic. "We must, as a
matter of policy, remind investors that the opinions contained on the
TechWeb site are exclusively those of the author at the date of
publication."

Evanshen continued: "We urge investors and consumers to obtain more
information about our company and products from our recently revamped
website www.wordlogic.com."

About WordLogic Corporation

WordLogic Corporation is a technology company that delivers predictive
interface solutions for computing devices ranging from small hand-held
devices to conventional desktop computers. Incorporated in the United
States, the company's research, testing and marketing facilities are
located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

For more information, please visit www.wordlogic.com.

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Contact Information

  • FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
    WordLogic Corporation
    Kevin Brawley
    1-866-967-3564
    www.wordlogic.com