Examples of digitize in a Sentence
The record company digitized the songs and made them available on the Internet.
Recent Examples of digitize from the Web
For Wal-Mart, the move is part of a broader effort to digitize its stores to make shopping faster.
The nonprofit has relied on Bovee to digitize dozens of deteriorating films, including images of Alaska's constitutional convention in 1955, shot by delegate Steve McCutcheon.
In a press statement provided to Smithsonian.com, the museum says that the extent of the home movies was only discovered after audiovisual archivist Lynn Smith obtained a grant to preserve and digitize the film.
Hinkle began digitizing the contents of the boxes of files, so investigators in years to come would have something to go on.
Anyone with an imagination can find a use for the Wacom Bamboo Slate, which digitizes your handwritten notes or doodles and sends them to the cloud with the touch of a button.
Alcohol, like the market for groceries, has been slow to digitize, largely because of complicated regulations for selling booze.
For their part, Google has provided over $2 million in grants to the initiative, as well as support to digitize the massive project.
Motor City Mapping, a project that digitized Detroit’s residential property information, says nearly half the residents of the neighborhood fled in a single decade, from 2000 to 2010.
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Definition of digitize for English Language Learners
: to change (information or pictures) to digital form
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