LAS VEGAS -- Computer software is finding a home in supermarkets. With computers now in nearly one-third of U.S. households, software sales in all retail channels are growing. In supermarkets, budget-priced software programs for less than $10 are doing especially well and low-priced CD-ROMs (compact disk-read only memory) at less than $20 are making inroads ahead of the computer industry's expectations, said suppliers interviewed during the Jan. 6-9 Winter Consumer Electronics Show here. ...

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