Wal-Mart, The Grand Delusion, Part II
Wal-Mart signs all six studios to new service, beating Mr. Jobs (for now)
Wal-Mart to launch video downloads
Wal-Mart to sell movies, TV shows online
CardSpace / OpenID Collaboration Announcement
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