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  • Plural form of PDA.

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  • This SIG is for librarians, from all types of libraries, interested in PDAs and other emerging handheld computer technologies (e.g. smart phones, tablet PCs), and exploring innovative ways libraries can use these technologies to enhance staff workflow, provide patron services, and support patrons who use PDAs.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • The day will also include a panel discussion of the grant project, viewpoints on PDA use, and the library role in PDAs from PDA users and clinicians.

    Archive 2002-02-01

  • Also, Dell has stopped producing PDAs, which is a shame as they had a superb product line.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • TODD (voice-over): Marks concedes this was in the 1990s, when cell phones were bigger and emitted more radiation, but she's also concerned about current cell phones and so-called PDAs, personal digital assistants.

    CNN Transcript Sep 15, 2009

  • But she's also concerned about current cell phones and so-called PDAs, Personal Digital Assistants, and she is not alone.

    CNN Transcript Sep 15, 2009

  • But she's also concerned about current cell phones and so-called PDAs, personal digital assistants.

    CNN Transcript Sep 14, 2009

  • Of course, it might have been because those attending were interested in PDAs.

    Wireless Learning

  • After we started calling PDAs BlackBerries, it was only a matter of time before we started turning blackberries into PDAs. has me caught in an ethical dilemma.

    Yale Daily News: Latest Issue

  • With the integrated Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR connectivity, you can communicate and synchronize with Bluetooth-enabled peripherals such as PDAs and cell phones.

    Midnight Sideshow | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • Originality/Value: The increasing prevalence of handheld mobile computing devices such as PDAs and web enabled cell phones warrants investigation as to its impact on libraries.

    Article: The Use Of Handheld Mobile Devices: Their Impact And Implications For Library Services « ResourceShelf

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