WASHINGTON -- Software for the new DVD-ROM computer drives will be shown at the Electronic Entertainment Exposition in Atlanta this week, but it is still too new to be a force in the marketplace, said Doug Lowenstein, president of the Interactive Digital Software Association here, which owns the E3 Expo. "DVD-ROM is really not a factor at this point, because the installed base has not reached a critical mass that would generate a lot of software support. I think we are probably about a year ...

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