Predictive intelligence technology company, WordLogic announced today that the U.S. Patent Office has granted a patent application, No. 11/036267, Titled; method, system, apparatus and computer-readable media for directing input associated with a keyboard-type device. All claims within the accepted patent application were allowed to include the broadest of claims. This company's focus is on the overall development, marketing, licensing, and selling of advanced predictive platform software that's been specifically designed to increase information discovery and overall text input.
With a patent portfolio that includes patents currently pending, WordLogic has been referenced regularly by corporate heavyweights such as Google, Microsoft, Veveo Inc, Fuji Xerox, Soni, Tegic, RIM, Applied Systems, Palo Alto Research Institute, Nuance, IBM, Keyless Systems, Apple, Honda, Clarion, Cisco, SAP, Nintendo, HTC, Mobyteck, Nokia, Alpine Electronics, Openware, Yahoo, HP, Raytheon, and many more. The company's intellectual property portfolio includes six issued U.S. and European patents total and three pending U.S. patent applications.
Often credited with holding a technology-infused road map that often reflects the future, WordLogic was chosen as the second top pick at the CTIA show in Las Vegas. The company's innovations operate on an impressive variety of devices that include smartphones, PCs, Smart TVs, media players, navigational systems, and game consoles. With over ten years of advanced research and market development, WordLogic holds multiple patents that can simply turn ordinary touch screens into a dynamic consumer experience.
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