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/// AR Confidential                    We heard it through the grapevine!

San Jose, Calif.

- Reports are coming in that the next major step in optical technology will
  be the addition of blue-light lasers.  The blue light laser can operate
  in half the bandwidth of the standard red-light lasers, thus allowing
  higher data density.  Reports of up to four times the current standard
  could mean CD ROM storage of up to 2.6 gigabytes, and have similar
  results in terms of optical read/write drives.