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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 5, 2011

4 stars Editors' rating May 5, 2011

Disco Dog LED vest makes your pooch a party animal

Wearables go to the dogs with a colorful LED-studded, smartphone-controlled vest that sparkles in the dark and turns Fido into a four-legged disco ball.

By March 16, 2015


Why funky flashing disco clams get their groove on

The flashing lights along the edge of the disco clam's mantle have baffled marine biologists. Here's what they're for.

By January 8, 2015


Easy alternatives to hanging Christmas lights

Ditch the ladder. These tips will have your house lit without stringing lights.

By November 24, 2015


Psy takes two post-'Gangnam Style' shots at viral video glory

Let's check in with Korean pop sensation Psy as he unleashes two ludicrous new music videos on YouTube and starts piling up the views.

By December 1, 2015


Giant flashing DIY Star Wars Death Star floats above best house ever

Even Darth Vader would be impressed with this homemade suburban Death Star that measures two stories. Just don't let those Skywalker neighbors near it.

By November 12, 2015


Tail-monitoring gadget tries to sense your dog's emotions

The TailTalk prototype is intended to be an emotion sensor for dogs that interprets their feelings based on tail position. Like people usually do, but more accurately.

By October 9, 2015


'The Martian' gives Matt Damon's spaceman too much space (review)

Ridley Scott's adaptation of Andy Weir's hit novel is nerdy fun but lacks the dramatic rocket fuel to really blast off.

By September 22, 2015

Editors' Take

SuperTooth Disco4

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

By January 5, 2014

Pricing not available


Slower-melting ice cream? Scientists may have it licked

Scientists work to conquer the problem of gooey ice cream dripping on your hands, with a protein that makes it more melt-resistant.

By September 1, 2015