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Digital usually refers to something using digits, particularly binary digits.
Technology and computing
- Digital camera, which captures and stores digital images
- Digital computer, a computer that handles information represented by discrete values
- Digital data, discrete data, usually represented using binary numbers
- Digital divide, a form of economic and social inequality in access to or use of information and communication technologies
- Digital economy, an economy based on computing and telecommunications resources
- Digital electronics, electronic circuits which operate using digital signals
- Digital media, media stored as digital data
- Digital radio, which uses digital technology to transmit or receive
- Digital signal (electronics), signals formed from a discrete set of waveforms, rather than continuous ranges
- Digital signal (signal processing), sampled analog signals represented as a sequence of digital values
- Digital television, television systems which broadcast using digital signals
- Digital versus film photography
- Vitalis Takawira or Digital, professional football player
Art, entertainment, and media
- Digital: A Love Story (2010), an indie video game by Christine Love
- D.I.G.I.T.A.L., an album by KRS-One
- "Digital" (Joy Division song) (1978)
- "Digital", a song by Soulja Boy from The DeAndre Way
- "Digital", a song by T-Pain from Three Ringz
- Digital painting, a method of creating visual art using computers
Brands and enterprises
- Binary code
- Boolean algebra
- Category:Digital media
- Digital signal (disambiguation)
- All pages beginning with "Digital"
- All pages with titles containing Digital
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