SD - Science and Technology

Science and Technology

  • SD video or standard-definition television
  • SanDisk, a data storage company
  • Secure Digital (SD), a flash memory card format
  • Sega Dreamcast, a video game console by Sega
  • Single domain (magnetic), a uniformly magnetized state
  • Software Distributor, an HP-UX software package management system
  • Splash Damage, a British game developing firm
  • Standard deviation, a mathematical statistical measure
  • Subdwarf star, a star with luminosity 1.5 to 2 magnitudes lower than that of a main-sequence star of the same spectral type
  • Super Density disc, an optical disc storage format precursor to the DVD

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