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  1. Palm Education Pioneer program enables innovative teachingRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    Students at the Whale Branch Middle School in Seabrook, SC will research and collect data on their Palm handheld computers at the Whale Branch River and the surrounding coastal/marsh areas in order to study coastal habitats, the efficient use of natural resources, and the preservation of the environment. At North Miami Senior High in North Miami, FL, students will use Palm handheld computers to control Computer Based Laboratories during Chemistry I and will familiarize themselves with the use of the different probes.

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  2. A resource for handheld users in educationRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    With the first day of school right around the corner, I decided to choose EduPalm as August's PalmPower Site of the Month. You can find it at http://www.edupalm.org , and it's pictured in Figure A. According to EduPalm creator Gary W. Ankney, the site is new and still developing, but he feels it already offers a lot for Palm handheld users.

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  3. Personal Digital Assistant Message BoardsRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    This month's Windows CE Power Site of the Month is the brand-spanking-new PDAMB.com, shown in Figure A. PDAMB stands for Personal Digital Assistant Message Boards. Launched on August 22, 1999, PDAMB.com is now open to the public.

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  4. Explore the origin of the Palm OS species at PalmEvolution.comRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    ... first PalmPilot Professional back in 1997. He now owns more than a two dozen Palm OS devices, not to mention his other PDAs (including a Newton, Zoomer, Magic Link, and assorted Windows CE devices). He has also been active in the Palm OS community ...

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  5. Using coolets in an enterprise environmentRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    ... your sales force, field support, in-house staff, or better yet, your customers madly synchronizing data with their PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants). Important information that they need, and more importantly, that you want them to have. Staff ...

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  6. Protecting against the emerging threat of PDA virusesRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    Given the relative newness of the phenomenon, many businesses and individuals have not yet addressed the security threat of viruses attacking PDAs . However, as mobile devices become an integral part of everyday life in the twenty-first century, the threat of attacks on these devices will grow.

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  7. Investing in Palm handhelds: understanding total cost of ownershipRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    This issue of PalmPower Magazine Enterprise Edition is devoted to an important issue: the Return on Investment of Palm handheld computers. We've devoted three feature articles to this comprehensive PalmPower Analysis.

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  8. CLIE question and PDA group presentationRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    ... at Delgado Community College in New Orleans, LA., and I have recently been assigned to do a group presentation on PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants). My particular concentration is how they would be effective in a newspaper/magazine publishing ...

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  9. AvantGo, Gore, goRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    I was listening to National Public Radio on the drive to work this morning, and Mike Shuster was talking to Cokie Roberts about the state of the presidential race. It's a dead heat at the moment, Cokie reported, with Bush catching up to Gore's post-convention bounce thanks to his appearances on Oprah and Live with Regis.

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  10. Panel completes city infrastructure reportRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Salem News

    A subcommittee charged with studying the city's infrastructure needs and coming up with projects to improve those basics, including streets, issued its findings this past week. "I always think of infrastructure as the roots of the tree.

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  11. Peacemaker brings cross-OS communicationRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    I, like most Pocket PC users, find myself greatly outnumbered in the World of PDAs. I don't mind until those users of competing OS devices start beaming stuff back and forth.

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  12. The Sprint A920 phone: should you buy it, or a PDA smartphone?Read the original story

    22 hrs ago | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    Unless you've been living under a rock, you're aware of the convergence between cellular phones and PDAs. Coming from the computer side, the PDA makers are adding phone features.

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  13. Web site provides go-anywhere access to Goda s WordRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    Just as our new president is attempting to blur the line between church and state, the good folks behind February's PalmPower Site of the Month are attempting to bridge the gap between church and technology. The Daily Reflections Web site at is the work of the Collaborative Ministry Office at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska.

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  14. GPS freedom with the Freedom mini-GPSRead the original story

    Yesterday | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    When GPS comes to mind, most of us think of an electronic navigation device with a screen and buttons that can be mounted to the dash or windshield of our vehicle. Basically, something like the Garmin and Delphi units previously covered .

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  15. Get your team up to speed with these training solutionsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    So, you've decided to implement Palm computing in your business. With the adoption of any new technology, there's always a learning curve.

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  16. The Dell Axim X30 vs. palmOnea s Zire 72, Tungsten E, and Tungsten CRead the original story

    Yesterday | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    This article has proven to be much harder to write than I originally expected. The idea was to compare the new Dell Axim X30 to the new palmOne Zire 72 that I reviewed back in April.

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  17. PDA phone wars: the Treo 700w vs. the Treo 650 vs. the PPC-6700Read the original story

    Yesterday | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    If you're in the market for a PDA smartphone, you've got a lot of great choices. Here at Computing Unplugged , we've been tracking the war between Palm and Pocket PC devices since January of 1998, so when Palm came out with their first Pocket PC smartphone, we thought this event worthy of investigation.

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  18. MemorySafe: Perfect for when your Palm device loses its mindRead the original story

    Yesterday | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    Few things are more disastrous than losing the data in your Palm handheld. Especially when it may be days or weeks before you can get to your computer to restore it.

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  19. Adobe Acrobat Reader for Palm OS 2.0 has room to growRead the original story

    Yesterday | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    In February 2002, when I wrote my first article for PalmPower Magazine about using expansion cards , the main motivator was the ability to carry documentation in my shirt pocket. Adobe Acrobat Reader for Palm OS addressed this problem by allowing me to download Adobe's PDF files to my handheld.

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  20. Ten great applications youa ll just loveRead the original story

    Yesterday | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    I'm sure that if you have been involved in the Windows CE community for a while, you're already familiar with many Windows CE applications and have even read reviews of some of them at different web sites. In this article, I'm not trying to compete with the detailed reviews, but I'm instead looking to offer you a glance at what I value and like most about my handheld.

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