Sites about "handheld" computers, those small enough to be held in one hand, and used with the other, like calculators, but still flexible enough to run many different kinds of applications, like personal computers. Technically, handhelds come in two different kinds:
- "Palmtop" computers, like the original Psion, or IBM PC110 include a small built in keyboard.
- "PDAs", "Personal Digital Assistants", such as the original Apple Newton, or the Palm or Palm Pilot or most Windows CE machines, do not, and usually are used with a pen device writing or pointing on the screen. The name comes from the fact that most of these computers are used to organize personal information, short notes, addresses, etcetera.
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Resource for people who want to make the most of their mobile devices, from customizing the look and feel to adding new functionality. Forums, wiki, upcoming devices, XDA TV.
1st SPOT: PDAs and Wireless Internet Devices for Mobile Computing
Find information about PDAs, Palm Pilots, wireless internet, smart cellular phones, and mobile computing
How Stuff Works: Personal Digital Assistants
Intuitive graphic tutorial shows how a PDA works and what is inside, with many related links.
Take your Personal Digital Assistant to the limit. Learn new applications and how to install them, plus pricing and product information. From About.com.
Detailed technical specifications of PDA devices, PDA phones, smartphones, PNAs and other mobile devices.
The Software Rogue
Tips on programming mobile devices.
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