For many researchers, quantum entanglement has become merely a tool that is being put to use, or a resource that has to be accounted for. For others, like me, entanglement has not lost any of its fascination. Whether it is the fascination we want to explore or a tool that we would like to hone, most of us agree that it would be fantastic to have something like an entanglement laser pointer. Push a button on a small battery-powered device and out come your entangled photon pairs. A dream? Fabien Boitier at Paris Diderot University–Paris 7, France, and co-workers have just brought this dream much closer to reality. In Physical Review Letters  they write about how they realized an electrically powered semiconductor source of photon pairs. While they have notTo read more, click here.