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Palm Plots Graffiti 2

PalmSource licenses Communication Intelligence Corp.'s 'Jot' handwriting recognition software to be incorporated into Palm OS

January 14, 2003

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REDWOOD SHORES, Calif. and SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Communication Intelligence Corporation (Nasdaq: CICI) ("CIC"), the leader in electronic signature, biometric verification and natural input solutions and PalmSource Inc., the Palm OS(R) subsidiary of Palm Inc. (Nasdaq: PALM) and provider of the world's most popular operating system for handhelds and smart phones, announced today a licensing agreement for CIC's Jot(R) handwriting recognition software. Under this agreement, "Graffiti(R) 2 powered by Jot," will be embedded by PalmSource in current versions of its Palm OS platform provided to licensees of its operating system. The new Graffiti 2 handwriting software supports an intuitive, more natural form of input, minimizing learning time for new users and easing the transition for experienced users. "Jot has established the kind of broad based consumer acceptance in the Palm community that made it a natural choice for us," said David Nagel, president and chief executive officer of PalmSource. "Graffiti 2 is a superior handwriting recognition system that will enhance the ease of use that Palm OS is known for. We expect this technology to appeal to a wide range of users who will be able to easily take notes and write memos on their Palm Powered(TM) devices." PalmSource Inc.

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