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Demands 'urgent' detail on safety controls.
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Sony recalls Vaio batteries over fire fears
Third recall from PC maker in a month.
Mar 4 2016 10:23AM
Apple recalls faulty MacBook USB-C cables
Free replacements worldwide.
Feb 15 2016 9:29AM
Toshiba issues big recall for laptop batteries over fire fears
54 models affected.
Feb 12 2016 9:35AM
Panasonic recalls Toughbook batteries over fire hazard
Offering free replacements.
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Microsoft recalls Surface Pro power cords amid fire fears
Customers complain of overheating.
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Apple recalls overheating iPod
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HP recalls another 162,000 laptop batteries
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Report: RIM recalls 1,000 PlayBook tablets
Affected devices in U.S. supply chain.
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HP to offer refund for PCs with flawed Intel chip
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Intel faces US$700m hit on faulty chip
Cougar recall on Sandy Bridge.
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Sony issues warning about Vaio TZ series
Sony's Vaio TZ series notebooks may overheat and should be brought into Sony offices for repairs, the company said today.
Sep 5 2008 3:42PM
Telstra/Thomson and PowerWave recall faulty chargers
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Nintendo issues recall on Wii straps
Responds to complaints after injuries to players.
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