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In 2006 the battle for physical high definition media was starting, with some tech giants like Toshiba, Microsoft and Intel taking the side of HD DVD and others like Sony, Samsung, and Apple taking Blu-ray’s...
Is Toshiba about to fall on its sword and announce the demise of HD DVD? That's certainly what one report citing an unnamed mole within the HD DVD camp is claiming, even though Toshiba itself...