Syncing

Some articles on syncing:

New Kids On The Block - History - 1992: Allegations of Lip Syncing and Waning Popularity
... as the music industry was still reeling from the Milli Vanilli lip-syncing scandal, the group found themselves accused of lip-syncing by Gregory McPherson, a music teacher who was listed as an ... On February 10, 1992, the New Kids filed a defamation lawsuit against McPherson regarding his lip-syncing allegations ... By the time the lip-syncing allegations surfaced, the group was starting to experience a backlash ...
Palm Pre - Software - Syncing
... However Palm has referenced a number of solutions for users who need to sync with their desktop software like Palm Desktop, Microsoft Outlook, or IBM Lotus Notes ... Additionally, Mark/Space, Inc ...
Little Richard - Filmography
... The Girl Can't Help It (1956), lip-syncing the title number, "Ready Teddy" and "She's Got It" Don't Knock the Rock (1956), lip-syncing "Long Tall Sally" and "Tutti Frutti" Mister Rock and Roll (1957), lip-syncing ...
Lip-synching In Music - Legal and Ethical Aspects
... A writer on ethics calls lip-syncing an "affront to all legitimate live performers who risk lyric mistakes and cracking voices to give an authentic performance" ... The author argues that lip-syncing in live concerts will "...destroy our ability to enjoy great live performances the way we once could, thrilling to the certain knowledge that we are witnessing something ... The author argues that this "...makes lip-syncing in public performances wrong ...
Portable Media Players - Operation
... on DAPs typically through a process called "syncing", by connecting the device to a personal computer, typically via USB, and running any special software that is often provided with the DAP on a ... Such options include allowing manual syncing, in that the user can manually "drag-n-drop" the desired tracks to the device, or allow for the creation of playlists ... some of the more advanced units are now starting to allow syncing through a wireless connection, such as via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth ...