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Adobe passes PDF format to ISO 
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HD DVD refunds exit alongside the doomed format 
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Australian consumers who purchased now moribund Toshiba HD DVD players will receive no form of refund after the company officially announced its exit from the high definition ...
 
Digital maps to go interactive 
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Microsoft opens up HD Photo format 
By Tom Sanders | Aug 1, 2007 | Comment Now 
The Photographic Expert Group(Jpeg) has agreed to consider the submission of Microsoft's file format as an open standard.
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