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This week on CNET Australia, we've kicked off an exciting partnership with award-winning film-maker Jason Van Genderen to create a brand new video project using the Sony Xperia TX, Jason will be working over the next few weeks to put his new film together, and will be taking us behind the scenes as he gets to know rally case for apple iphone xs max - gray/lime the new smartphone camera, overcomes the pitfalls of a smartphone film shoot and pulls it all together before the film's premiere, In this first episode, Jason unboxes the new Xperia TX and takes us through some of the features that jump out at him as a film-maker straight away..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Maybe that's an indelicate way to phrase it, but in essence, Apple is carving out multiple ways users can sync their precious iTunes content (photos, music, apps) across all their iOS devices without physically connecting hardware to a computer and dealing with any of the old headaches of the iTunes desktop software. To make this happen, Apple is adding wireless Wi-Fi syncing to all iOS devices with iOS 5, along with a new suite of features under the umbrella of iCloud that will push your music purchases, photos, calendars, contacts, and other content across all your iOS devices. Best of all, these new cable-emancipating capabilities come free of charge.
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