Archive for February, 2008

Paramount to release last HD DVD titles in further sign of victory for Sony’s Blu-ray (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)

LOS ANGELES - In a further sign that Sony Corp.’s Blu-ray has won the high-definition format war, Paramount Pictures home entertainment unit said Friday it will release its last HD DVD titles on Tuesday.
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Apple, Dell planning new Blu-ray notebooks? (MacNN)

Both Apple and Dell are planning to make significant inroads into Blu-ray over the coming months, according to both official and unofficial sources. Citing an unconfirmed source, AppleInsider claims that Apple has tapped Sony for slot-loading Blu-ray writers for its MacBook Pro systems. Development is said to have been progressing far enough that… […]

How Blu-ray Can Replace the DVD The process will require some serious investment from the studios. (TVPredictions.com)

Washington, D.C. (February 29, 2008) — Sony, the leading supporter of Blu-ray, has said the new high-def disc will replace the standard-def DVD in the next several years.
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First external Blu-ray drive on its way (Pocket-lint via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

The Blu-ray barrage of goodies begins
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Sony Announces Profile 2.0 Blu-ray Disc Players (AnandTech)

The next generation of Blu-ray Disc players crib from HD DVD feature set…
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Blu-ray In Laptops Could Be Hard On Batteries (Slashdot)

damienhunter notes a Wired story on the power-hungry ways of the first generation of Blu-ray players coming soon to a laptop near you. “With the Sony-backed HD format emerging victorious from a two-year showdown with Toshiba’s HD DVD, many laptop manufacturers are now scrambling to add Blu-ray drives in their desktop and notebook lineups. Next […]

Stargate SG-1 - Season One [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)

Stargate SG-1 - Season One [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)
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Netflix To Pump Up Blu-ray Selection (Tom’s Hardware Guide)

Netflix has said that it will start offering more Blu-ray Disc titles since it will no longer stock HD DVD.
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