coffee maker

Review: Xbloom makes perfect pour-over so you don’t have to

Coffee nerds love the ceremony of making a good cup of coffee, but once you get advanced enough, things get really complex really fast. Making high-end pour-over coffee is a fine dance of grinding, po

Bruvi’s new coffee pods bio-degrade faster with the power of enzymes

Bruvi‘s B-pods take a novel approach that (probably correctly) assumes consumers are too lazy to return their aluminium pods to the manufacturer (looking at you, Nespresso), and too clumsy to do

Spinn, the coffee maker for people who are too lazy to learn about coffee

Spinn’s journey started in 2016 with a crowdfunding campaign. It’s come a long way since that time, raising $40 million in freshly brewed venture capital about a year ago, and more recentl

Apple and Snap partner JigSpace, the ‘Canva for 3D,’ raises a $4.7M Series A

When former Art Director Zac Duff started teaching a game development course online in 2015, he faced the same challenges that teachers around the globe have become all too familiar with after a pande

Gift Guide: 10 gadgets for a smarter smart home

When it comes to smart home stuff, once you start, it's hard to stop. As soon as you've got one light that you can turn on and off from your phone, you'll want five. As such, smart home gear can ma

The Geesaa automates (but overcomplicates) pourover coffee

Making pourover coffee is a cherished ritual of mine on most mornings. But there are times I wish I could have a single cup of pourover without fussing about the kitchen — and the Geesaa, a new gadg

In Which We Make Coffee With The Founders Of Bonaverde, A Machine That Roasts, Grinds, And Brews

Last we heard from the founders of <a target="_blank" href="">Bonaverde</a>, they had <a href="

Custom Goods Marketplace Makeably Rebrands As “Hatch,” Now Updates Pricing As You Go

<a target="_blank" href="">Makeably</a>, the New York-based, custom-made goods marketplace that closed on <a href="

This Sexy Coffee Gadget Probably Won’t Ever Exist

What is it? A laser cutter? A mod photo enlarger? A microscope? A tattoo remover? Nope, it's a coffee maker, but an extremely svelte coffee maker. In fact, I imagine this little <a href="

IFA 2008 Overload: Home Appliances

IFA 2008 offers the curious spectator an awful lot to look at.  There are hundreds of televisions, computers, projectors, stereos, navigation systems, MP3 players, and all other manner of gadget cove

CG Holiday 2007 Recommendation: Cuisinart Grind & Brew Thermal 10-Cup Automatic Coffeemaker

I never thought I’d see the day that I stopped throwing down $2 (minimum) for a strong cup of coffee at the local coffee shop. Now, I throw down $8 for an entire bag of beans and have my coffee