In this photo taken Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010, Keith Bragg of Chicago navigates the wine list on an iPad at Chicago Cut steakhouse in Chicago.  The restaurant is just one eatery of several across the U.S. that have started uploading menus and wine lists to the digital devices.  (AP Photo)
In this photo taken Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010, Keith Bragg of Chicago navigates the wine list on an iPad at Chicago Cut steakhouse in Chicago. The restaurant is just one eatery of several across the U.S. that have started uploading menus and wine lists to the digital devices. (AP Photo) AP
In this photo taken Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010, Keith Bragg of Chicago navigates the wine list on an iPad at Chicago Cut steakhouse in Chicago. The restaurant is just one eatery of several across the U.S. that have started uploading menus and wine lists to the digital devices. (AP Photo) AP

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