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personal organizer

a pocket-sized electronic device that performs the same functions
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The Picture Planner icon-based personal organizer is the first application to emerge from that project.
The six other detainees were officers who were mentioned in the personal organizer found in Erkan Y.B.'s house.
The more advanced Net-Pro model will be released next month, and it will be e-mail-enabled (send and receive), will have a browser, and will add spreadsheet, database, and personal organizer functions.
When they designed the Palm Pilot personal organizer, the market was littered with previous attempts to create handheld organizers, including their first product, the Zoomer.
The instrument features PC functions with Internet capabilities using a full VGA size web browser, a cellular phone with stylus handset with CDMA, AMPS, PCS and GSM capability, interactive personal organizer functions, GPS navigation module, Bluetooth chip for wireless roaming communication and a 4" color touch 640 x 480 dot screen.
PETERSON'S COLLEGEQUEST (www.collegequest.com): Includes a personal organizer, practice tests for the SAT and ACT, and discussion groups.
For Web users comfortable with interacting online, Insurance.com offers a password-protected "personal organizer," a secure electronic filing cabinet in which they can store all of their personal financial information.
The CEO of Xircom Inc, Dirk Gates, is planning to reposition the Rex personal organizer product - which his company bought from Franklin Electronic Products for $13.25m yesterday - as a "wearable information accessory" for corporate users.
Customers are given a Palm Pilot hand-held personal organizer that can be synchronized with a laptop or PC and special software.
UP.Link Server Suite enables network operators to quickly roll out new features and services, giving wireless phone users live access to their own Email, Personal Organizer, and WWW information sites.
Pricing for the line is $3.50 and up, with items such as the Molly (Spade's sister) personal organizer ranging from $220 to $305, and desk address books running from $110 to $265.
Each entry will be entered in a prize drawing, with the winner to receive an electronic personal organizer. All North American entries should be faxed, attention 7 Millionth Record contest, to Derwent North America at 703/790-1426.

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