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June 22, 2005

DVD Unification Talks Over For Now

Engadget writes that ongoing talks about global DVD unification have gone past stalling and have actually died..."the peace talks between the Blu-ray and HD-DVD camps are completely over, which means there is almost zero chance of them compromising on a unified high-capacity next-generation optical disc format. In other words we’re facing another one of those incredibly lame VHS vs. Betamax format wars where pretty much everyone loses, especially consumers."

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Guess it\'s going to be a bloody war like the days of VHS and Beta. Blu-ray is Sony\'s next generation dvd format and HD-DVD belongs to Toshiba. They couldn\'t get along to make one standard format, but said talks are still continuing. You can read more a [Read More]

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