Atomic clocks, in particular, are great for this purpose, since they automatically synchronize with different atomic clocks around the world.
People who own an Apple iPod likely make use of a program called iTunes, not only to purchase their songs, but also to synchronize their music libraries with their portable music players.
An atomic alarm clock, with the ability to synchronize with the official clock, combined with a radio alarm is a sure way to ensure a good start to every day!
Best of all, you can synchronize your mobile calendar with the one you use with Microsoft Outlook on your computer, ensuring that you are always the most up to date on your, well, dates.
Most cell phones on the market do not come bundled with a USB cable to connect / synchronize with a computer, and as such, oftentimes you have to look to stores that sell Cell Phone Accessories.
A relatively new development is the atomic watch, which uses radio signals to synchronize the watch with an atomic clock kept elsewhere to ensure accuracy.
While the technology was somewhat more cumbersome for users during this 2005 effort, since then it has become much more convenient, easier to use, and far easier to synchronize with other users and with a central data source.
Putting music on the player is also a bit cumbersome, as the U10 uses Windows Media Player to synchronize your song list between player and your PC.
In the case of a refurbished PS3, it could be something like a faulty laser or the inability to synchronize with one of the wireless controllers.
If one is available, it will download it and when it comes time to synchronize your phone, iTunes will ask if you'd like to perform the update.