- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sync.
“Elsewhere, the video was innocuous - Mr. Fain practicing a phrase synced with the live account and then making tea, wandering around his apartment or taking a taxi.”
“Ok, the fountain synced to the Civ 4 theme is pretty much awesome.”
“You will note that there is a significant cross-circuit hum, and that the audio is de-synced from the video.”
“In addition to having a writable calendar on my phone, I also have my to-do errands list, which is synced from a web program called Tracks.”
“Xeni: "And functions fine even with wet or greasy fingertips.") (4) It syncs beautifully with the Mac (Xeni: "All my personal data synced from the Macbook to the iPhone in a minute or two -- more than 6,000 contacts, several gigs of songs, podcasts, audiobooks, and video, and a dense calendar.") (5) Activation went fine, even in the epic crunch time, proving naysayer reports wrong.”
“The show produced Thursday, Jan. 21, was the first of four, and you hope AOT got the surtitles synced up to the onstage drama before the weekend was up.”
“But it kind of synced with what I captured from HSM 1, so it wasn't that bad.”
“After entering your Google Apps credentials, the application will quickly download local versions of each of the documents that you've already stored in your Google Docs account (you'll see a 'synced' message under each as they complete).”
“Once your cell phone is "synced" with the software and your contacts are transferred, just press the button on the steering wheel and speak your command, such as "Call Mom.”
“For scheduling and people's information, if you have Palm Desktop installed, the meat of which is the calendar and your contacts, you can keep your Centro "synced," to your desktop / laptop.”
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