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Submitted by mpctips 784d ago | news

Walmart Brings Disc-to-Digital Service to Your Home

Maximum PC: It's not just tablet makers and hardware manufacturers in general making a splash at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Retailers have joined the party, including Walmart, which used the annual convention to announce that it's expanding its in-store Disc-to-Digital service to allow for the same service from the comfort of your home. As an aside, Wally World also launched a new Facebook app that provides access to exclusive movie content and allows users to decide what movies are sold in-store and online. (Services, UltraViolet, Video, VUDU, Walmart)

fatstarr  +   785d ago
... but I can convert my own movies for free...
or download a digital copy for my records

companies can get away with anything now a days.

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