San Jose, California-based Puma Technology Inc, has extended its range of software for synchronizing data exchanges between hand- held devices and desktops, to include a version for Windows CE- based machines. IntelliSynch for Windows CE takes information such as scheduling or address books, from a CE-based device, and synchronizes it at the record and field level, with applications on personal or notebook computers, according to the company. The software will enable exchange between hand-helds and users of Microsoft Corp’s Outlook 97 and Schedule+ information schedulers, Lotus Organizer, Netmanage Inc’s Ecco information manager, and Starfish Software Inc’s Sidekick organizer, among others. The package joins versions of IntelliSync for US Robotics Inc’s Pilot and Hewlett-Packard Co’s HP 200LX handheld machines, both released last year. Intellisynch for Windows CE is available now, priced at $70. Puma Technology made its initial public offering last December (CI No 3,061), when it raised some $27m.