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Kambrook to churn through fibre with speedy smoothie maker

The portable blender world is now in full swing, or full blend, anyway, and the sister company of Breville is keen to show budget brands who’s boss.

4:06 pm 27/11/2015 By Staff writers

Review: Nespresso by KitchenAid

The instant espresso market we refer to as “inspresso” is hot at the moment, but most of the machines tend to offer a plastic look that might be premium, but generally isn’t. What if you want something that is truly premium?

1:44 pm 19/11/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Aldi consults with pro baristas for a new machine

Coffee pod makers aren’t always created equal, something our reviews tend to indicate, but Aldi is looking to improving its own system, and has even grabbed a coffee making champion to make it happen.

11:34 am 17/11/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Miele reworks the washer, dryer to change the way you wash

New appliances and whitegoods tend to attract high price tags, but the latest two from Miele appear to be so new, they’re not only pricey, they also redefine the basics of washing your clothes.

9:42 am 11/11/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Panasonic sets up the summer for slow-juicing, slushy making

One of the downsides of a juicer is that after the initial two weeks of juicing is over, the appliance generally sits at the back of the cupboard waiting to be used. Fortunately, Panasonic has a remedy: make the juicer into a frozen treat maker.

3:45 pm 04/11/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Nespresso, Kitchenaid team up for metal macchiato maker

Nespresso’s encapsulated coffee machines have never been about the properly premium finish, but in a new machine built by Kitchenaid, it’s all about the old fashioned charm.

7:57 am 28/10/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Digital coffee cup lets you forget the wallet at cafes

Technology is already changing how we pay, and Australia is one of the leading countries when it comes to modern payment technologies, accepting tap-n-go with ease, but a new coffee cup goes further.

11:09 am 22/10/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Back to the Future 2: what did it get right about 2015?

If you’re any bit of a geek, sci-fi fan, or just someone who loves movies, today — October 21, 2015 — is “Back to the Future Day”, with Back to the Future 2’s 2015 date finally coming to life. In the movie, 2015 was a very different place, though, so what did the movie get right?

12:31 pm 21/10/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Innovative BBQ harnesses the sun for safe cooking

Imagine being able to BBQ whenever you want provided it was sunny outside, and never needing a flame again. That’s a possibility thanks to some space age tech coming to at least one barbecue on its way to Australia.

4:34 pm 15/10/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Panasonic unleashes “cyclonic waves” for better microwaves

When’s the last time your microwave did what you wanted it to and cooked something evenly? If the answer is “never”, a technology is on the way to Aussie shops that could save your food from being too hot and too cold all at the same time.

1:20 pm 13/10/2015 By Staff writers

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