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delivery of supplies or equipment or personnel by dropping them by parachute from an aircraft

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7 or newer to magnify iPhone iPad and iPod Touch to Mac display while integrating multi-media playback, 4K and 8k HD video download as well as built-in video music AirPlay into one.
With the new arrival of 5KPlayer, Houston Xu, Product Manager of DearMob, said, "You'll see for the first time in your life that a player seamlessly incorporates Apple's AirPlay wireless streaming tech and downloads music or videos from YouTube on a roll.
Apple supports exclusively AirPlay for media streaming from one Apple device to another and any AirPlay-enabled receiver.
Apple's Airplay allows iPods, iPhones and iPads to play music directly to speakers that include the company's proprietary chip, and claims to offer improved functionality over conventional speakers that can connect to phones or computers via BlueTooth.
The AirPlay mirroring function basically lets you transfer any content playing on a laptop or tablet directly to an Apple TV.
BlackBerry developer RIM and Ideaworks are working in partnership to make the BlackBerry Tablet OS a supported platform within the Airplay SDK.
Commenting on the investment, Ideaworks3D CEO Alex Caccia said: "After successfully launching Airplay in 2008, we welcome the investment from ARM to help bring Airplay to a wider market.
0i petrol C1Airplay+replaces the C1 Airplay and is available in three and five-door body styles costing from pounds 6,695.
Following on from last year's introduction of Airplay versions of the C1, there are now Airplay+ versions of the C1, C2 and C3 ranges.
CITROEN has added a new collection of C1, C2 and C3 Airplay-plus special editions to its line-ups, following on from the popular C1 Airplay launched last year.
There are three and five-door versions of a new special edition, the C1 Airplay, and a three-door version of the range-topping Rhythm model.
An investigation by Spitzer's office found the company offering an array of inducements for airplay for songs of its artists:
Speaking of radio, a report last week said anti-President Bush remarks made by the Dixie Chicks' Natalie Maines had affected airplay of Chicks' songs.
If you don't keep putting out records, getting radio airplay and working hard to keep your face in the media, people forget who you are,'' said the Shagster, a bit giddy now that his latest album, ``Hotshot,'' has remained at No.