Decuma Handwriting Recognition Released for UIQ

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Zi Corporation has released a version of its Decuma Alphabetic handwriting recognition software for the Sony Ericsson P800/900/910 series of cellular-wireless handhelds.

“Handwriting recognition can be one of the most frustrating features on many mobile devices,” said Milos Djokovic, CTO and COO for Zi Corporation. “By making our Decuma technology available for Sony Ericsson smartphones, users can immediately improve the speed and accuracy of their phone’s handwriting feature. Decuma even enables users with poor penmanship, a unique slant and orientation, or a shaky hand, to quickly and naturally write on their touch screen-based device.”

More information on Decuma Alphabetic can be found on the Zi Corporation web site.

Decuma Alphabetic is available now for $29.99 on the Handango web site.

In addition to the UIQ version, Decuma Alphabetic is also available for Palm OS and Windows Mobile for Pocket PC devices.

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