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handheld

, hand-held (hand′held′)
To be held in the hand, esp. to be used while held in the hand.
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The result: this year, every central office administrator will carry the Palm Treo smartphone, which includes the Palm operating system and combines the functions of a cell phone with a Palm handheld.
Enhanced Handheld Asset Control--IT departments with BlackBerry Enterprise Server v4.
Palm OS-based devices account for more than 70 percent of all handheld PDAs sold, and a network of some 100,000 independent software developers has produced more than 5,000 add-on applications.
1 Application Software Analyst in 2001, Austrian brings more than 20 years of technology experience to the HandHeld Entertainment board, including senior positions with Banc of America Securities, Morgan Stanley and Lehman Brothers, among others.
They also liked the idea of using the GoKnow Handheld Learning Environment, which allows students to use software tools that integrate word processing, concept mapping, drawing, animation, and the downloading of Web pages.
The latest handheld offerings from Palm offer a host of new and unique features that are sure to entice users with a variety of mobile device needs.
European next-generation handheld games console uptake, 2005 - 2010
The district's Instructional Technology Services team supports the schools' efforts and spearheads the handheld implementation.
Chapura began developing software for the handheld computer in December 1996 and made its first release in April 1997 with RocketMirror, which is specifically designed for Microsoft Outlook and harmonizes Outlook Calendar, Contacts, Tasks and Notes functions for the handheld computer.
We wanted to build a portable media player that is not only as sexy and useful as any player on the market, but is affordable as well," said Jeff Oscodar, president and chief executive officer of HandHeld Entertainment.
It also has reviews of hardware and software, a glossary of handheld terms, and advice on funding and grants.
In addition, handheld applications, documents and databases can be remotely installed.