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BackupBuddy Supports Palm

BackupBuddy Software LLC has teamed with San Francisco-based Driveway to offer 100 MB of online backup capacity to Palm users, the companies report. BackupBuddy 1.2 allows Palm users to back up their files to their account on the Web while at home or the office, using a modem connection.

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Aladdin Systems Inc. is shipping HotTime for the Palm OS. HotTime, which supports both Windows and Mac platforms, automatically synchronizes desktop clocks to Palm Pilot or Handspring

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Album To Go

Album To Go 1.5 for the Palm IIIc allows users to view and share color digital photos, according to Club Photo Inc., of San Jose, Calif. Palm users can download photos from the desktop or from any Club Photo online photo album into the Palm connected organizer with one mouse click for portable photo sharing.

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Hewlett-Packard Co. has revamped two models in its Omnibook series of PC notebooks. The Omnibook 4150 and XE2 now feature Intel Pentium III 450 or 500 MHz processors and Celeron 450 MHz processors. The Omnibook XE2 includes HP's e-center -- a software suite that connects consumers to Web-based electronic services, HP says.

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Dell Inspirion

Dell Computer Corp. has bumped up the performance of three of its Inspiron notebooks. The Inspiron 3800, 5000 and 7500 models now come configured with new 600 or 650 MHz Intel Pentium III processors with SpeedStep technology. The Inspiron 3800 comes in four colors, is available with 500 MHz Mobile Pentium IIIs and Intel 450/500 MHz Celerons. The Inspiron 5000 features 450/500 MHz Pentium III processors or Intel Celeron 466 MHz. The Inspiron 7500 offers 450/500 MHz Pentium III or 433/466 Celeron.

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Toshiba Satellites

Toshiba America Information Systems Inc., located in Irvine, Calif., has new additions to its Satellite line:

* Satellite Pro 4200 line offers three models that incorporate many common features, including a 6X DVD-ROM drive, 6GB hard drive, and 64 MB of SDRAM, a S3 Savage/IX graphics controller with 8 MB of video SGRAM and V.90/K56 flex modem, says Toshiba.

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* The Satellite 2675DVD and Satellite 2175XDVD offer 4X DVD-ROM drives, 64 MB RAM, 6 GB hard drive, V.90/K56 flex modems and one-touch access to the Internet.

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* The Satellite 2140XCDS and the Satellite 2180CDT feature 64 MB RAM, 4.3 GB hard drive, 24X CD-ROM, v.90/K56 flex modem and USB port. The 2140XCDS utilizes a 450 MHz AMD K6-2 processor; 2180CDT offers a 475 MHz AMD K6-2 processor. Both run Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition and one-touch Web access.

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