With the long formal battle over high-definition DVD apparently resolved in favor of Blu-ray, supermarkets consider adding it to the video mix
With one swift stroke this month, the Blu-ray Disc format appears poised to win the long-running high-definition format battle to succeed DVD. Whether or when rival HD DVD will withdraw from the race, or whether the long-sought-after single format is too little, too late in the face of competition from other distribution sources, remains to be seen. As the giant Consumer Electronics Show rolled into Las Vegas early this month, Warner Bros., Burbank, Calif., a video market leader which ...
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