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Looks like the Blu-ray Disc Association has published the final specs for the monster BDXL disc, opening the way for manufacturers to start introducing the technology in their optical drives. Not too much here that we don't already know: aimed at institutions and folks who need to archive lots and

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June 25, 2010 at 10:57AM
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This probably isn't a response to the 3D onslaught or even \"superbit\" releases like the upcoming Avatar 2D disc, but just in case the standard 50GB Blu-ray discs were beginning to feel a bit -- how do you say... cramped? -- the Blu-ray Disc Association's rolling out a new BDXL format capable of hol

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Some people just don't get that DRM doesn't work. While EMI is starting to offer their valuable content DRM free, studios that support Blu-ray are pushing Cryptography Research to complete BD+, in an attempt to secure their content. Of course it's too late for those movies already out in the wild, b

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