These days the pen-and-paper method for personal organization is losing favor to the feature-rich personal digital assistant (PDA). The PDA was conceived as a hand-held digital organizer with essential features like a calendar, address book, and notepad, but has blossomed into a device capable of providing many of the same services as modern personal computers and cellphones. With some PDAs users can make calls, browse the Web, send e-mails, and organize their life, all with a compact, pocket-sized gadget.

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  • PDA makers operate independent Web sites with model-specific information, troubleshooting tips, and more.
  • There are sites where PDA owners can buy or freely download new software programs from the developers who've created them.

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