While PDA may stand for Personal Digital Assistant, nowadays a PDA is more like a pocket-sized computer. Most of the services you attribute to a desktop computer can now be performed on a PDA. Creating and editing documents, playing games, watching movies, listening to music, keeping your address book up to date, planning your life with the calendar and all around staying organized are just some of the things people are normally doing with PDAs. In fact, since many PDAs allow you to sync your data with your computer most of the data found on a computer may very well be found on the user's PDA. All of this means the PDA contains vital evidence that needs to be collected with PDA forensics. You'll no doubt find forensic evidence on PDAs in your case, just be sure to call in the PDA forensics experts at New Jersey Legal to make sure that all evidence has been defensibly collected!