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- Webopedia.com Short for personal digital assistant, a handheld device that combines computing, telephone/fax, Internet and networking features. A typical PDA can function as a cellular phone, fax sender, Web browser and personal organizer. Unlike portable computers, most PDAs began as pen-based, using a stylus rather than a keyboard for input. This means that they also incorporated handwriting recognition features. Some PDAs can also react to voice input by using voice recognition technologies. PDAs of today are available in either a stylus or keyboard version.
Apple Computer, which introduced the Newton MessagePad in 1993, was one of the first companies to offer PDAs. Shortly thereafter, several other manufacturers offered similar products. Today, one of the most popular brands of PDAs is the series of Palm Pilots from Palm, Inc.

- Consumersearch.com The war between the two main competing handheld operating systems -- Palm and Windows Mobile -- has almost become a nonissue, and reviews say that PDAs equipped with the latest Palm OS are just as adept at multimedia tasks as Windows models. And even Palm now offers smartphones that use Windows Mobile instead of its own operating system. Although reviewers have in the past generally preferred the Palm OS, of late many are saying that it has been too long since the Palm OS has been last updated and that the operating system is really beginning to show its age.
Microsoft, on the other hand, continues to update its mobile operating system. Current Windows PDAs use either Windows Mobile 5.0 or the latest version, Windows Mobile 6.0.
Although reviews say that neither Palm nor Windows Mobile has a huge advantage in functionality, one factor might still tip the scales. Windows Mobile is not compatible with Macintosh computers, so you won't be able to use iSync to synchronize your PDA with your Mac computer. You can, however, purchase third-party software for around $40 that will let you sync a Windows-based PDA with a Mac. Right now, only Palm OS PDAs will work with a Mac without supplemental software.

- Salvagedata.com Handheld devices such as PDAs, MP3 players, and the like are exposed to more inadvertent abuse on a daily basis than most desktop computers. Whether damaged by human error, acts of nature, or simply misfortune, if you have data that needs to be recovered from any of these products, you’ve come to the right place. As the foremost providers of data recovery services we’ve developed procedures and techniques to perform data recovery and repair on physically damaged PDA devices that others might consider impossible due to broken screens damaged buttons. Our in-house recovery service requires the shipment of your damaged device to one of our locations, where our experienced engineers will determine what needs to be done to recover your data. Once recoverability is established, with your approval the restoration process commences. After the recovery process is completed the data can be returned via CD, email, or  a replacement device that you supply. Most Palm and PocketPC diagnostics and recovery jobs are completed in 2-3 days.
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