CHESHUNT, England — Tesco here, which ranks third as the world’s largest food retailer, and Microsoft Corp., Redwood, Wash., announced this month a collaboration to launch the next generation of home video viewing. Starting in this fall, Tesco customers in the United Kingdom who purchase certain home video titles can download “digital copy” versions of movies to their Windows-based or Apple Macintosh computers in a “virtual DVD” experience. The digital copy versions will include a similar ...
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