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of a circuit or device that represents magnitudes in digits

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The Foundation has earmarked funds to digitally preserve Traditions (1935), Flickers (1941), and Letter to Mrs.
July 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- New research released today by MIT Sloan Management Review and Deloitte Digital finds that many employees across all generations are dissatisfied with their organization's digital progress to date and are voicing a desire to work for digitally mature leaders, suggesting upcoming retention challenges for many companies.
8 billion worth of unprotected music digitally archived on people's PCs which is at risk of attack from Internet criminals with over a third (39 per cent) of UK respondents now only storing their music digitally.
The chain said the move is a ``major breakthrough'' because it will help guarantee lower-budgeted films shot digitally more access to the marketplace and will result in a greater diversity of product as well.
Pop in a CD and the software "rips" it, digitally recording its contents or a selected portion thereof.
The patent pending process requires the user to be online to digitally sign and authenticate the signature blocks.
digiRX[TM] software enables physicians to digitally prescribe medication through a wireless handheld device or the physician's existing computer infrastructure and then transmits the prescription directly to the patient's pharmacy of choice.
19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Solicore, the global leader of embedded power solutions, in cooperation with a strategic investor, has jointly developed the world's first digitally printed 3 Volt thin-film battery.
And the whole shebang has been digitally cleaned up with painstaking care, bringing new luster to Karl Freund's expressionist cinematography and deeper definition to Edgar G.
In order to render the factories perfectly "contemporary," he cleaned up many of his images digitally, sharpening the grids of architectural design and mechanical placement.
Print Online is the company's new Web-based print management tool that enables customers to digitally send documents to FedEx Kinko's Office and Print Centers for printing.
If you missed PBS' rebroadcast of the 1990 documentary or would simply like to have a copy, a special five-disc DVD has been released that has been digitally remastered (even the scratchy pictures look great) and includes interviews and other features that were not included in the series.
Geo is the first and only chip to offer three independent geometry-processing channels capable of high-precision, pixel-by-pixel processing capable of digitally achieving lateral chromatic aberration correction, one of the big cost adders in optical system designs.
Students with visual impairments or severe learning disabilities will have unprecedented access to the contents of textbooks with the nationwide release (September 3, 2002) of digitally recorded textbooks on CD from Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic(R) (RFB&D(R)).