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Starting this autumn -- which is sort of like now -- Tesco stores in the UK will be offering \"virtual DVDs\" to customers who purchase certain home video titles. Promising no less than a \"DVD-equivalent\" experience, the new service will be replete with all the menus, copyright warnings and extra bi

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September 9, 2009 at 6:24AM
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Starting this autumn -- which is sort of like now -- Tesco stores in the UK will be offering \"virtual DVDs\" to customers who purchase certain home video titles. Promising no less than a \"DVD-equivalent\" experience, the new service will be replete with all the menus, copyright warnings and extra bi

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While Sony's effectively giving away BDP-S300s when you pick up a BRAVIA HDTV from SonyStyle, Sharp is hoping to up its holiday sales figures by bundling in a VUDU set-top-box. Starting now, consumers who pick up a select AQUOS LCD TV that's 42-inches or larger (trust us, there's quite a few choice

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Have you been shunning Movielink because you don't feel like watching all your movies on your PC screen? If so, you're obviously not alone. The missed business is making the online film distributor re-think their insistence on refusing burnability in their downloads; it's been discovered that softwa

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