(NEW YORK) — Thank you for suing us. That’s the headline on full-page ads from Taco Bell in newspapers across the country Friday.
“I think when someone sullies your reputation you have to be swift and you have to be decisive,” Taco Bell President Greg Creed told ABC News. “We think our reputation has been sullied and we wanted to put out a headline that certainly drew attention and enables us to tell the story about our beef,” which Creed says is “88 percent USDA inspected, and not the 35 percent that’s being claimed.”
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By Brian O’Connor for Style + Tech For Men
Technology rockets forward almost as swiftly as the aggregate IQ of the Jersey Shore cast moves in the other direction. And if what we’re seeing in this decade’s gestational period is a sampler of what’s to come, we’ll continue to see advances outpace Snooki’s suspect celebrity erosion. Here are some top signs of the good things to come:
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The Flexible iPad
You ever wish you could roll up your iPad like it’s a newspaper? Well, EXTRA! EXTRA! That’s exactly the future that’s being developed by Sony, which exhibited a 13.3-inch flexible electronic device at Eco Products 2010 in Tokyo, merging tablet with tabloid, and computer tech with convenience.
The future of gaming will be in 3-D on portable devices — without the stupid glasses. This year, Nintendo will introduce the groundbreaking 3DS console , which will immerse you even more deeply in “Resident Evil,” “Samurai Warriors” and other games that hone your serial-killer tendencies.