CAMPBELL, Calif. — DVDPlay, a DVD rental kiosk operator and developer that has units in many major supermarket chains, said yesterday that it plans to add the Blu-ray Disc format to its standard DVD selection at the beginning of June. It claims to be the first such kiosk operator to do so. Blu-ray Discs will be offered at the same $1.49 rental cost as standard DVD rentals. Among the supermarket chains with DVDPlay are several Safeway banners, including Safeway, Dominick’s, Randall’s, Tom ...

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