"To promote the re-release of the Star Wars prequels in 3D, a French fast food chain is offering two varieties of themed burgers – the Darth Vader, on a black bun, and the Jedi burger (which is conveniently and thematically brown, it seems). Of course, this begs the question – what ingredients should be in a Star Wars burger anyway? Wampa meat?"
"Mitsuyuki Ikeda, a researcher from the Environmental Assessment Center in Okayama has developed a new artificial meat burger but before you go drooling over it, be warned - it's made of human poop."
"We know that Burger King is on board with Microsoft on the Kinect train and they have announced what we suspect is the first Kinect announcement that the fast food empire will be making. Between now and November 28th, those that order a Whopper value meal will have a chance to win a Microsoft Xbox 360 Kinect bundle." | more
El Monte, CA – April 01, 2010 – iBUYPOWER, a leading innovator of delicious gaming PCs, is excited to announce a new addition to their product lineup: Custom Gaming Burgers, built specifically for hungry gamers looking for an edge. The new iBUYPOWER Custom Gaming Burgers come loaded with options, including impact-resistant Kevlar enclosures, and brand-name components, like Oscar-Mike Beef.
If you didn’t know that Windows 7 was released yesterday, I’m glad to see that you have finally awakened from that coma. The Microsoft marketing machine has been in full gear leading up to the launch date, and the internet was abuzz with all sorts of news surrounding launch events. The Japanese chain of Burger King’s decided to get in on the action as well. The Windows 7 Whopper burger is stacked with 7 beef patties and a sprinkling of vegetation, and puts any other burger offering to shame, towering over them at 5” tall. The heart stopping delight costs 777 yen, which is about R65. A rather contradictory product tie-in, considering that Windows 7 is supposed to be less bloated, and this burger will no doubt induce the meat sweats. Of course, as with all Microsoft related products, one should read the fine print. The burger is only sold at 777 yen to the first 30 customers. After that, it goes for R120. No prizes for guessing how long the promo burger will be available, but suffice to say, you better get to Japan within the next 6 days if you want to wrap your chops around this Whopper.
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