- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of synchronize.
“Kyon explains the situation, and Yuki "synchronizes" with her future self.”
“The Sidekick's life will end May 31, when T-Mobile plans to shut down the over-the-air service that synchronizes users' contacts, calendars and other data.”
“The centerpiece of what Mathews calls the fastest, most efficient dual-cam system ever is an innovation dubbed the Advanced Vectoring System, or AVS, which helps store more energy, synchronizes the cams, and facilitates a comparatively smooth draw cycle — demanding, to be sure, but fairly smooth.”
“Evernote 3.0 instantly synchronizes info and thumbnails about your notes, leaving the full load for when you pull them up.”
“I always thought of it as Sync whereas it synchronizes the temperature of an item, such as a CPU, with the ambient temperature of the surrounding air.”
“EAS is a protocol that synchronizes a handset with Microsoft Exchange – e-mail, calendar, contacts – and can support a range of Exchange-based security and management policies.”
“For e-mail, half are using Gmail, but the other half, accustomed to Outlook's interface, are using Google Apps Sync for Outlook, a plug-in that synchronizes Outlook e-mail, calendar and contacts with Google Apps. It's as if you're using Exchange only it loads a little slower because your Outlook e-mails are getting downloaded from Google servers.”
“To this end, Ford has opted not to 'SIM-enable' its cars, but to synchronizes the user's handset to the car and let the user control it from the vehicle controls.”
“Breathing together synchronizes your bodies and drops you into relaxation.”
“Your heart sends coherent signals to the brain and the brain synchronizes to the heart's coherent rhythm.”
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