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Byline: Antone Gonsalves, TechWeb News
Hewlett-Packard Co. and Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. , which makes Panasonic consumer electronics, on Wednesday said they have agreed to work together in supporting DVD formats, a confusing list of acronyms for most consumers. In the agreement, announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in the U.S., computer maker HP agreed to support DVD-RAM discs used by Matsushita, while latter company said it would support the DVD+R and DVD+RW formats favored by HP.
In addition, HP said it would support Blu-ray technology, developed by Matsushita and other high-tech companies, for recording …