B_7TrhEWUAAJpuq-360x361Great news for caffeine addicts. Keep those pots of coffee brewing because your daily dose of java is making your penis a magic wonder wand. At least according to a new study from the University of Texas.

4,000 men participated in the study, which measured how coffee consumption affected their bedroom performance.

Researchers observed that guys who drank two cups of coffee per day were 42 percent less likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction. Three cup drinkers were 39 percent less likely to experience ED.

Scroll down for five other breakfast foods of erectile champions…

1. Eggs

According to Men’s Health, eggs are packed with vitamins B6 and B5, believed to help balance hormone levels and ease stress, and are important for a healthy libido.

2. Pink grapefruits


Lycopene is a phytonutrient that is good for circulation, as well as improving sexual issues in men. It is found in deep red fruits like pink grapefruits and tomatoes.

3. Wtermelon

A study published in the journal Urology last year found that watermelon juice acts as a natural treatment for erectile dysfunction. Citrulline is an amino acid found in high concentrations of watermelon improving blood flow to the penis.

4. Lox

According to sexologist Yvonne K. Fulbright, PhD, the omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA found in salmon can help to raise the dopamine levels in the brain that trigger arousal.

5. Oatmeal

Not only does eating oatmeal increase testosterone levels, giving an added boost to a man’s sex drive, but it contains L-arginine, an amino acid that helps relax muscles around blood vessels in the penis, Men’s Health reports.

Good thing breakfast is now served all day long…

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34733_iOS_9_Force_Touch_Graphic_FP_WideIn March The Wall Street Journal reported that Force Touch of boolean variety (as seen in the Apple Watch) would be coming to the iPhone, likely via the ninth generation model, which launches later this year.  WSJ columnist Lorraine Luk reported:

Apple Inc. plans to add sensors to detect how hard a user is pressing on a screen to its next iPhones, incorporating a technology used in its forthcoming MacBook and Apple Watch, according to people familiar with the matter… The touch technology is one of the changes that Apple plans for the next versions of its iPhones due for release later this year, these people said.

The WSJ report gave a hypothetical example that the technology might allow for greater accurate in electrical piano apps.

The fresh report published this week by 9to5Mac asserts that Force Touch is still on the docket for the upcoming iOS 9 OS/firmware/core apps release, with hardware support to be added via the ninth generation iPhone.  The report reveals some potential ways the technology will be applied to the core apps in iOS writing:

Force Touch will be integrated into Maps to drop new pins, into media players for pressure-sensitive scrolling, into the Calendar for adding new events, and across the system for quickly looking up word definitions, according to sources who have used Force Touch on prototype versions of the “iPhone 6S.”

Much like proximity sensing, boolean flexible Force Touch may offer a novel, if a bit gimmicky extension to the traditional smartphone multitouch equation.  We should see an Apple Watch-like electrode version of Force Touch in the ninth generation iPhone, plus potentially in a rumored sixth generation refresh of the iPod Touch line that’s been overdue for some time now.

That said, it does not appear that Apple will be ready to deploy a far more impressive future technology — variable force detection.  That’s a far more daunting challenge.  Consider that Wacom Comp., Ltd. (TYO:6727) et. al. house the pressure sensing mechanical sensor inside the pen.

And the MacBook version relies on electromagnetic strain gauges mounted to the trackpad to give a natural clicking type motion.  A smartphone would likely have to use something different and more complex as it doesn’t naturally have a click-style motion.

A possible solution being consider by Apple, Samsung, and others is likely a more highly flexible display layer paired with a more sensitive grid of electrodes capable of detecting multiple levels of touch pressure.  We’ll have to wait — perhaps half a decade or more, likely — to see that level of sensor sophistication be achieved in the mobile space, though.  For now technologies like Samsung’s proximity sensing and Apple’s boolean mobile Force Touch are the next best “dumbed down” way to go a bit beyond traditional multitouch. – See more at: http://www.dailytech.com/Report+Ninth+Generation+iPhones+Get+Force+Touch/article37366.htm#sthash.VGHXaA9B.dpuf

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