Movies downloaded to flash drive coming to Twin Cities airport

New kiosks will will let travelers rent or buy movies by downloading them onto a flash drive to play on a PC. The company offering the service thinks picking up a movie at the airport will be no different than purchasing a magazine or snack.
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New kiosks will will let travelers rent or buy movies by downloading them onto a flash drive to play on a PC. The company offering the service thinks picking up a movie at the airport will be no different than purchasing a magazine or snack.

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