DALLAS — Blu-ray has pulled ahead in the race against rival HD DVD to become the favored high-definition DVD format in at least one important arena. Blockbuster here said yesterday that it is rolling out an expanded Blu-ray disc inventory for rental to 1,700 Blockbuster stores by mid-July. The company will continue to offer both Blu-ray and HD DVD titles through its online rental service and will offer both formats in the initial 250 stores that currently carry both high-definition formats. ...
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