As the HD DVD vs Blu-ray fist-fight continues, HD DVD suffers a small blow as Blu-ray manages to outsell it in the first two weeks of January
HD DVD might be a long-dead format, like Latin, but it lives on in our hearts, and on a Wikipedia page. We decided to re-animate its rotting corpse, and pit it against Blu-ray one more time.
Veronica goes to Vegas in search of the jackpot winner in the format wars.
The "Transformers" director is at it again.
Michael Bay has once again opened his mouth about the hi-def format war, but this time he's claimed that it's all a Microsoft conspiracy to deprive us all of plastic discs with films on them
Is Blu-ray bang for your buck? Is HD DVD hot to trot? Which next-generation video format should you choose and why?
Now that the Blu-ray vs. HD DVD format war is finally over, we can look forward to at least a couple years of peace before the next one breaks out.
We explore the intriguing hypothesis that if the format war ends, nobody will care about the winner.
Warner Bros. Entertainment may have cast the deciding vote in the Blu-ray vs. HD DVD format war, announcing yesterday-- just before the big Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas got started-- that it will support Blu-Ray exclusively starting in May 2008.
If you thought the HD DVD versus Blu-ray battle was just about hardware, think again -- now we've got The Matrix fighting Pirates of the Caribbean in this ever more ridiculous format scuffle