Using The Net To Soup Up Your Palm Top Computer

Dozens of programs are available at little or no cost

Owners of Palm Pilot-type computing devices have a fascination with the handy handheld gadgets that borders on obsession. They constantly scribble notes on the small screens, beam wireless messages to one another, and trade tips on all the nifty features they've discovered. It's not surprising, then, that software developers have created hundreds of programs for the Palm-possessed. Many are available via the Web, sometimes in scaled-down versions, at little or no cost (table).

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