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Sony recalls Vaio batteries over fire fears
Third recall from PC maker in a month.
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Apple recalls faulty MacBook USB-C cables
Free replacements worldwide.
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Toshiba issues big recall for laptop batteries over fire fears
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Offering free replacements.
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Microsoft recalls Surface Pro power cords amid fire fears
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Report: RIM recalls 1,000 PlayBook tablets
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Responds to complaints after injuries to players.
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