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disco

Review

SuperTooth Disco

The SuperTooth Disco is an inexpensive, cordless Bluetooth speaker that earns our recommendation for its modern design, long-distance range, and impressive sound quality that rivals many midrange computer speakers.

May 5, 2011

4 stars Editors' rating May 5, 2011
Editors' Take

SuperTooth Disco4

SuperTooth's new handheld wireless speaker makes its debut at CES. Its scheduled to ship in the next few months.

January 5, 2014

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Article

Google goes disco for New Year's doodle

For the last doodle of 2013, Google decides to dance the night away.

By December 31, 2013

Article

Is it a motorcycle? Is it a disco? It's a discomocycle!

A student at the Sweden's Umea Institute of Design knocked together this crazy concept of a mobile Marshall disco.

By June 26, 2013

Article

Sony Xperia SP and L bring disco lights, mid-range kicks

Sony has two new mobiles, one of which boasts a flashing transparent strip along its undercarriage.

By March 18, 2013

Gallery

Tosy SketRobo, DiscoRobo robots (photos)

Vietnamese company Tosy Robotics is making waves by bringing Bieber fever to CES 2012, but it also has some pretty cool robots. Check out CNET's hands-on photos here.

10 Images By January 10, 2012

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SuperTooth Disco

The SuperTooth Disco is an inexpensive, cordless Bluetooth speaker that earns our recommendation for its modern design, long-distance range, and impressive sound quality that rivals many midrange computer speakers.

By May 12, 2011

Article

Google learns to Disco

Wal-Mart offers a $100 credit for your Nintendo DS if you go 3D, YouTube Create will help you with video editing, and Google launches a group-texting service called Disco.

By March 28, 2011

Video

Google learns to Disco

Wal-Mart offers a $100 credit for your Nintendo DS if you go 3D, YouTube Create will help you with video editing, and Google launches a group-texting service called Disco.

By March 28, 2011

Article

Behold 250 new emoji: Vulcan symbol, floppy disks, and more

The Unicode Consortium updates its emoji file with hundreds of new characters, ranging from a John Travolta-like disco dancer to a joystick.

By June 17, 2014