“CUORE” experiment seeks to explain why the universe is made mostly of matter

Bottom view of the 19 CUORE towers installed in the cryostat designed to get to the ...

Deep below the mountain of Gran Sasso in central Italy, under nearly a mile of solid rock, the CUORE (Cryogenic Underground Observatory for Rare Events, and Italian for "heart") experiment is underway to help us understand one of astrophysics's great unanswered questions: why is the universe that surrounds us full of matter, when predictions suggest it should be equally split between matter and antimatter?

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Pixel 2 XL review, Colonel Littleton notebook cover review, camera gear news, and more – Weekly roundup

Guess what I’m doing this afternoon? Working on my taxes. Let me sum up how that makes me feel in one word – ugh! I always wait until almost the last minute because… ugh! So I took a little break to make you this handy list of all the gadget news and reviews that we posted this week. Go read some of our articles while I drudge through paperwork and numbers. Enjoy!

Celebrating the life and humor of Stephen Hawking – see the Quantum Chess showdown with Paul Rudd

Spring cleaning has never been so easy with this robot vacuum

News

Charge your phone with the power of dilithium crystals!

Just say no to brown guacamole with Guac-Lock

This Monument is up to the task of managing your photos

Keep your feet toasty warm with this heated pouch

A recording microphone and a shouting caterpillar – two great things that go great together!

Focal focuses on color with new Listen Wireless Chic headphones

Gnarbox allows you to edit and share photos and video on the go!

Make your own granola bars at home

What’s cracking? This new toy! What’s popping? These colorful eggs!

The Arsenal Intelligent Camera Assistant seems to be an amazing product that can guarantee the perfect photo

Marshall’s new MID A.N.C. Bluetooth headphones go up to 11

Everything you need for a picnic for two except the food

The Gear Eye keeps an eye on things for photographers

Nookmark – for when a normal bookmark just won’t do

Bring history to life with these letters

Be part of the movie with Edifiers uniquely luxurious e255 5.1 Home Theater System

Easily feed your pet on-the-go with the Pet Travel-Tainer

The TRILENS is a 3 lens holder for Photographers on the go

Tutti Matti wireless speaker, Morsel Spork, and more – Notable crowdfunding campaigns

ElevationLab CordDock is not just a clever name

The Zoom Q8 Handy Video Recorder is really handy after all

Nest x Yale smart door lock is finally available for purchase

The Universal Lens Cap is the answer to great lens protection

Reviews

Tsumbay Mini Portable Bluetooth speaker review

Propel Star Wars TIE Advanced X1 Collector’s Edition Drone review

Canvas Press canvas print review

PortraitPro 17 Studio Max photo editing software review

Alexa in your car, Bellroy wallet, and more – Review updates

Colonel Littleton No. 30 Leather Composition Journal review

VogDUO 30W Wall Charger review

Toffee Berlin Backpack review

Pixel 2 XL review

Master & Dynamic MA770 Wireless Speaker review

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Charge your phone with the power of dilithium crystals!

Why settle for one of those plain USB plug-in sticks for your car’s cigarette lighter when you could instead plug in a warp core from The Enterprise?  The Star Trek TNG Warp Core USB charger plugs into the car’s 12V power port and sits in a cup holder.  (The passenger can hold their own drink!)  It has two 2.1A USB ports, so you can even charge two tablets simultaneously.

Just like the “real warp drive”, this miniature drive has blue lights that pulse vertically; you can switch the light off if you find it too distracting.  Unfortunately, it doesn’t thrum like the TNG version does, so it won’t interfere with your driving tunes.

The warp core measures 8″ tall x 4.5″ maximum diameter, with a 36″ cord.  This charger is officially-licensed and is created by and exclusive to ThinkGeek.  Purchase the Star Trek TNG Warp Core USB Car Charger for $39.99 at ThinkGeek.

 

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