The many competing and noncompatible interactive multi-media formats have retailers hoping for some standardization of platforms. Some manufacturers would like to see it too, because it would help launch the embryonic business into the mass market. But the consensus from conversations with suppliers at this year's Consumer Electronics Show was don't hold your breath. Interactive multimedia refers to software based on 5-inch compact discs. The programs can include text, image and audio ...
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