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Displaying items by tag: Coffee

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

Not everything has to be about computing devices; when it’s time to relax or even to power up, Lavazza and Smeg have teamed up to create the stylish and clever Lavazza A Modo Mio Smeg coffee machine.

Coffee and tech industry leaders will focus their minds on solving challenges in the coffee industry during the first ever Griffiths Bros #hackoffeethon2017 in Melbourne in October.  

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 26 September 2013 14:43

Beanhunter makes finding good coffee easy

Coffee fiends (ie. most of Australia) now have a reliable way of finding a decent cup of coffee, thanks to a flashy new iPhone app.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 22 February 2012 16:29

Nespresso coffee makers dial up a good brew

New Nespresso tabletop coffee machines use mobile phone technology for remote diagnosis and preventative maintenance visits.

Published in Networking

IT and caffeine go together like fish and chips, but coffee machines can be pricy. Consumer tech maverick Kogan has launched the Ez-press - a more affordable machine that uses Nestle's Nespresso pods.

Published in Home Tech
Saturday, 19 June 2010 23:29

Tea and coffee drinkers have better hearts

A new study from the Netherlands has shown that moderate tea and coffee drinking helps to protect people from heart disease.

 

Published in Health

Gizmodo has posted pics of two of the world's tech titans, Apple's Steve Jobs and Google's Eric Schmidt, casually chatting over cups of coffee at a cute little café that belongs to Google's former chef-in-chief, Charlie Ayers - cor!

Published in People Moves
Thursday, 04 March 2010 02:19

Coffee may reduce risk of heart arrhythmia

A 2010 study conducted in the United States has found that moderate coffee drinking actually reduces the chances of being hospitalized with heart rhythm problems (or cardiac dysrhythmia). If correct, this study is making a somewhat reversal from previous physician advice for coffee drinking.

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
Tuesday, 16 December 2008 21:28

Can coffee grounds drive our cars?

U.S. researchers report that coffee grounds can be an environmentally friendly biodiesel fuel, by providing plenty of cheap fuel to power all of our motorized vehicles, even the trucks that deliver coffee to Starbucks.

Published in Energy

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