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Displaying items by tag: Caffeine

It’s been said programmers are machines that turn caffeine into code. So, for the best software it stands to reason you need the best espresso coffee machine. Lavazza’s Deséa coffee machine, using the A Modo Mio collection, may well be your key to producing your finest software.

Caffeine intake is part of most people's day, no matter where they're working from or whether they're working at all, so Nespresso's motivation in brewing up a fresh batch of research is clear, but with employees expecting more from their workplaces than ever before, what are the genuine findings that show how workplaces are changing?

Published in Business IT
Friday, 27 September 2013 11:50

Google's Hummingbird means a new way to search

Google has made some big changes to its search algorithm, codenamed 'Hummingbird', the first big upgrade for three years.

Wednesday, 09 June 2010 17:08

Google boosts index with caffeine shot

Google claims that stale indexes will be a thing of the past and that new web content will appear faster with the completion of their new indexing system - Caffeine. Rather than the old system that required trawling the entire web to update the index, Caffeine takes a more granular approach.

Published in Mobility
According to Foods Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ), there are several very important things to remember about eating and drinking before and during pregnancy to make sure your baby is born healthy.

Published in Health
Friday, 16 January 2009 20:22

Tampa, Florida is 2008 caffeine capital of U.S.

The January 13, 2009 Affinion Group press release entitled “Caffeine Survey Reveals Most, Least Caffeinated Cities” announced the second annual HealthSaver Caffeinated Cities Survey. Tampa, Florida caffeinates a first-place win and Seattle, Washington brews its way to the top, too.

Published in Health
Sunday, 28 September 2008 21:29

Too much caffeine? Say 'œNer' to energy drinks?

According to a new Johns Hopkins study, researchers are recommending warning labels on energy drinks, such as the first energy drink Red Bull introduced in the United States, because the super-caffeinated drinks could cause overdose symptoms such as heart palpitations and insomnia.


Published in Health
After strenuous exercise, muscles recover faster and grow faster when large amounts of caffeine, such as in coffee, are consumed, as long as carbohydrates are also ingested, according to an Australian research study.

Published in Health

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