PalmPilot

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PalmPilot

The name of the first Palm organizer. The "Pilot" was later dropped, but people continued to refer to all Palm models as PalmPilots. See Palm.
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20) immediately suggests itself because it has only six runners and one of them is Palm Pilot, who looked a promising type for nurseries over this sort of trip when she made her all-weather debut four weeks ago.
Assessment of student progress radically changed with the introduction of the Palm Pilot.
Schockman lets Joan take care of the Palm Pilot and sets off energetically.
Four years after installing the first computerized touch-screen ``smartboard'' and handing out the first Palm Pilot, the school for children in first through sixth grades is preparing to fill the rest of its classrooms with the interactive boards to help prepare youngsters for the future.
Hawkins is the founder of Palm computing and the architect of devices such as the Palm Pilot.
The difficulty of support was not great when it was a matter of synchronizing a networked calendar in an environment like Microsoft's Exchange/ Outlook or Novell's Groupwise with a Palm Pilot or equivalent.
The grant provided a palm pilot for each of Lessenger's fifth grade students plus the two classroom teachers involved in the project, the naturalist from the nature center, and myself, the art teacher.
Each Palm Pilot offering will be accompanied by a partnership offer where Oasis Technology will partner with the customer to develop and pilot a special Mobile Maximus/Palm Pilot connectivity product that will be announced in the future.
Information can also be downloaded from some units into a Palm Pilot for enhanced performance and improved resident care.
Paulman says he has been using his palm pilot for over two years and is really pleased that in about two-and-a-half minutes he can download various market information, weather forecasts and the New York Stock Exchange to get what he describes as "a general picture of the economy.
While R2-D2 may not be available at retail for some time, robotics enthusiasts can satisfy their tinkering urges with Acronames Palm Pilot Robot Kits - PPRKs for short.
Carrying a mobile phone and a Palm Pilot is so last year.