This holds the PDA and acts as a communication conduit between the PDA and the computer. You can synchronize data and download programs from the PC. Some cradles double as battery chargers. USB and Serial are the types of ports on the computer to which you attach the cradle.
A device the handheld computer is placed in to synchronize data with the desktop computer. Cradles connects to the computer via USB or serial connection. Some types also recharge handheld computer batteries as well.
A small stand that connects to a desktop computer and allows you to transfer (or hotsync) data from a PDA to a desktop PC or network. You simply put the PDA in the cradle and press a button in the cradle base.
Stand into which a handheld computer may be inserted in order to synchronize data and upload programs from a computer. Some cradles double as battery chargers. It is also called a Docking Cradle. Demoware: Commercial software that one may use for free use for a limited time or it may be software with limited functionality.
The special holder that interfaces a Palm OS handheld with a desktop computer, usually via a serial connection. When you press the HotSync button on the cradle, HotSync Manager on the desktop begins synchronizing.
A release move in which catchers, with palms up, catch the top person by placing one arm under the back of and the other under the thighs of the partner. The top person must land face up in a pike position.
A cradle is an aerial circus act where acrobats act as either catchers, swinging other performers back and forth on a large rectangular frame, or flyers, those being swung. The frame can be static, swinging or standing.
A bed or cot for a baby, oscillating on rockers or swinging on pivots; hence, the place of origin, or in which anything is nurtured or protected in the earlier period of existence; as, a cradle of crime; the cradle of liberty.
Rectangular wooden box set on rockers, used in mining. The rocking motion caused the mixture of dirt and water to flow through the box, with gold-bearing particles trapped by riffles on the bottom. It was also called a cradle because of its resemblance. Improved upon by the long tom and the sluice box.
A structural member used in many front-wheel drive cars that supports the engine and transaxle. The cradle is bolted to the subframe, and is also connected to the lower control arms. The position of the cradle is important because it affects camber and ca
A framework of timbers, or iron bars, moving upon ways or rollers, used to support, lift, or carry ships or other vessels, heavy guns, etc., as up an inclined plane, or across a strip of land, or in launching a ship.
Cradle is a 1988 science fiction novel by Arthur C. Clarke and Gentry Lee.The major premise of Cradle, like that of many of Clarke's stories, is contact between a few humans from the Miami area in 1994 and the super robots of a damaged space ship submerged off the Florida coast. Telecommunication advances such as videotelephones and highly efficient underwater scanning equipment used in the story bridge from the everyday, real-life aspects of the setting toward the near future, bespeaking technological progress.
The cradle is a very basic technique in amateur wrestling. It is called the cradle because of the move's similarity to the way a person holds an infant in their arms. The wrestler performs the cradle by grabbing the neck of his opponent with one arm, with wrapping one elbow around the knee of the opponent.
A concrete base generally constructed to fit the shape of a structure that is to be forced through earthen material by a jacking operation. The cradle is constructed to line and grade. Then the pipe rides on the cradle as it is worked through the given material by jacking and tunneling methods. Also serves as bedding for pipes in trenches in special conditions.