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PING

Abbreviation for:
Preventing Infections Working Group

ping

clear, sharp, high-pitched, metallic, musical note created by a flicking percussion stroke over a viscus containing gas under moderate pressure and a small amount of fluid; used extensively in the physical examination of the abdomen in cattle and horses.
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Interestingly, Apple's carrier partners and select companies can still have the option to use iTunes to install apps on their devices.
Reports to Scamwatch show there are three common scam examples the ACCC is currently seeing where scammers are demanding iTunes gift cards as payment:
iTunes is stocked with digital content for iPhones, iPads, and iPods as well as computers powered by Macintosh or Windows operating systems.
Manually adding tracks to Up Next comes with an unusual caveat: When you do so, iTunes warns you if you try to switch playlists.
iTunes is the world's leading music store, offering music, movies, HD TV shows, apps, games, podcasts and books.
The Apple Insider points out that the introduction of iTunes across Europe should significantly improve Apple's reach as some of the territories gaining iTunes support this week have populations over 10 million.
iTunes is the number one music community in the world, with over 160 million iTunes users in 23 countries, and now we're adding social networking with Ping," said Steve Jobs, Apple's CEO.
The University of Glamorgan went "live" on Tuesday, packing its iTunes with recordings of lectures, examples of students' work, interviews and fascinating facts The information can be accessed world-wide, 24-hours a day to supplement regular lectures.
Birmingham City University is aiming to reach a new generation of students by launching its own area on iTunes U - a dedicated area of the iTunes Store featuring editorial content.
TO get started, open up iTunes on your PC or laptop - or if you're an absolute beginner, type "iTunes" into Google and follow the download and installation instructions.
WARWICK University has started an iTunes service giving people with the right technology the chance to see anything from a talk by children's writer Jacqueline Wilson to footage of undergraduates doing chemistry experiments.