Company builds espresso machine controlled by text messages

04/12/2012 | ABC News

Employees at a Seattle tech company have figured out a faster way to get their caffeine fix. ZipWhip workers built an espresso machine that makes drinks in response to text messages. The idea percolated after the CEO noticed employees leaving the office to go to a coffee shop.

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