LAS VEGAS -- While spending on high-definition hardware is growing, sales and rentals of consumer home entertainment software declined slightly in 2006, owing to an eroding market for VHS products, according the year-end report from DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group, Los Angeles. The report was released during the Consumer Electronics Show here this week. Citing numbers from the Consumer Electronics Association, Arlington, Va., DEG noted that more than 31 million homes now have a ...

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