Two Japanese companies said Tuesday they have developed a DVD that can play on both existing machines and the upcoming high-definition players, raising hopes for a smooth transition as more people dump old TV sets for better screens.
Toshiba and Memory-Tech said their disc has a dual-layered surface that can store both types of data on the same side.
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