At last, a PDA so rugged I can hammer nails with it

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/SOBIGPDA.jpg" />Here's a question. What use is an <a href="http://www.crunchgear.com/tag/ipad/">iPad </a>if you live IN AN AVALANCHE? Eve

GETAC's rugged PDA looks like you could drop it in a volcano

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/getac_ps535f-lo-res1.jpg" />I'm a big fan of ruggedized items. Although PDAs (as opposed to smartphones) are relatively rare these days,

Sharp lays Linux-based Zaurus to rest, delicately closing both eyelids with thumb and forefinger

File this one under “Things I Thought Were Already Gone But Are Now Gone For Real,” as Akihabara News reports that Sharp has officially relegated the Linux-based line of Zaurus PDAs to bargain bin

PDA devices temporarily banned from UK theme park, public displays of affection are still legal

I’m not familiar with the Alton Towers Resort theme park, but if this little kid dressed as a cop says that PDAs aren’t allowed for the next week, then I’ll be damned if I’m go

HP shipping iPAQ 210 PDA with big VGA touchscreen

Remember PDAs? HP does. Indeed HP remembers PDAs so ferociously that it’s released a new one called the iPAQ 210. For $449, you’ll get a 4-inch 640×480 VGA touchscreen plus a bunch of

Virtual boarding pass to save time, paper

It’s about time someone came out with something like this. Oh wait, they already have it in Japan, where your entire life can be manipulated via your Hello Kitty “sumartufonu“. In th

PDAs of our past, it's been real

Remember PDAs? Those nifty little handheld tablets that let you track appointments and set to-do lists? Yah, we do too, and they seem like an artifact from yesterrday. With the rise of the smartphone,

Scots to Students: Have A Handheld

If you’re Scottish, and a school kid, then you might be getting a PDA. Scotland’s Lothian Councils, the governing bodies for an area of the Southeast known as the Lothians, have put forth