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Coca-Cola Co., the world’s largest beverage firm, is working on a proprietary fountain system that can dispense more than 100 beverages from a single unit.
First-generation prototype dispensers were tested earlier this summer, the company said Thursday. Second-generation dispensers will begin testing in the first half of 2009. A decision on whether to roll out the system in the market will be made after the second round of testing.
The new dispenser uses highly concentrated ingredients to store more beverages in about the same space as a current eight-valve machine.
The new dispenser, which fits in about the same space as a current eight-valve machine, uses high-concentrate ingredients to store more beverages. Adding a new brand is “about as easy as changing a print cartridge,” the company said in a press release.
“Innovation is our lifeblood,” said Chris Lowe, president of the Coca-Cola North America food service and on-premise division, “and we wanted a dispenser that offers consumers greater beverage variety while helping our customers increase beverage profitability.” (Reprinted from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
The story of John Lennon is headed for the big screen with Nowhere Boy, a biopic that will be directed by visual artist Sam Taylor-Wood, says The Hollywood Reporter. Produced by U.K.’s Ecosse Films, the script from Control screenwriter Matt Greenhalgh will focus on the Beatle’s childhood and subsequent journey to icon status. Filming is set to take place on location in Lennon’s hometown on Liverpool.Greenhalgh’s script details the story of Lennon as a lonely teenager growing up as his aunt and the mother who gave him up fight for his love. His only escape is music, art and his fateful friendship with Paul McCartney.
The project is currently casting for the major roles.
Philips has announced its new CinemaOne home theater system, which packs a DVD/CD player, iPod dock, five channel amplifier, six speakers, and a subwoofer all in a single unit. The all-in-one system features six precisely angled speakers spread around its body and a 4-inch subwoofer built into the base, all of which are powered by a five channel amplifier and Digital Signal Processing unit. A built-in iPod dock in the top of the unit lets users play music and video with on-screen track information, and the iPod can be controlled via the CinemaOne’s remote control. Other features include DVD upscaling up to 1080p, auxiliary input, Composite video and HDMI output, and a USB port for connecting other digital music devices. Pricing and release information has yet to be announced. (From iLounge)