"Device Seizure is a forensic acquisition and analysis tool used for examining cell phones, PDAs, and GPS devices. The program also comes with hardware, so you are well-equipped for mobile forensics.
Device Seizure has been upheld in dozens of court cases. There is a new feature in the system: Paraben's Point 2 Point, which takes data points and converts them into a format that can be read by Google Earth.
The program has low system requirements, meaning it can be run on older machines. Depending on the model, the tool can acquire the following types of data: SMS messages, including deleted messages, phonebook information, call history, received calls, dialed numbers, missed calls, call dates and durations, datebook information, scheduler, calendar, to-do list information, filesystem, system files, multimedia files, java files, deleted data, quicknotes, GPS, RAM/ROM, PDA databases, e-mail, and registry data.