Who governs the Internet?
January 24, 2008 6:28am CST
The acronym DVD (for digital disks) refers to a relatively new high capacity CD storage format that was initially developed to store the full contents of a standard two - hour movie. The acronym DVD originally stood for digital videodisk. Proponent of the technology later felt that word video was too limiting-the disk can also store text, graphics, and audio - so the longer name is often dropped or, alternatively, the words versatile substituted for video.