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If the woman with the British accent suggests you turn left to find a fire hydrant, heed to her warning. [ATTACH]16904[/ATTACH]Earlier today (August 25th), GPS maker Garmin announced a voluntarily recall of 1.25 million nĂ¼vi GPS systems worldwide due to a faulty third-party battery which causes certain models to overheat …

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Someone posing as Apple head honcho Steve Jobs on Twitter has managed to fool a major UK newspaper into reporting that the [URL="http://www.apple.com/iphone/"]iPhone 4[/URL] would be recalled after posting a Tweet which said "We may have to recall the new iPhone. This, I did not expect". The Daily Mail website …

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Some 22,000 Acer Aspire Notebooks are being recalled because, according to the [URL="http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml10/10103.html"]U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission[/URL], they represent a burn hazard. Mainly because they have the potential to melt. Hot laptops are nothing new, of course, but generally speaking the seat of the [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry929.html"]fire risk is often to be …

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It is something of a good and bad news day for mobile phone giant Nokia. On the same day that it announces shipping of the new N900 handset, based on the open source Maemo 5 software, Nokia is also recalling a staggering 14 million mobile phone chargers due to concerns …

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More than 7 million Sony batteries have now been recalled since the middle of August when Dell made its big 4.1 million battery recall announcement, a figure which has risen to 4.2 million over the weekend interestingly enough. Toshiba has now joined the feeding frenzy by recalling 830,000 laptop batteries; …

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Although most news circulating around the web about the deffective batteries has to do with Dell or Apple (including one airline not allowing Dell laptops which im sure Dell's PR is very happy about) the company that stands to loose the most seems to be Sony. They are the ones …

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When you are the world's biggest PC maker, your problems tend to be on the large scale when they hit. Such is the case of what the US Consumer Products Safety Commission is calling the biggest recall in the history of the consumer electronics industry. The problem is that a …

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Mid last week, Intel and Matsushita announced that they are working on an 8 hour notebook battery solution featuring Intel's low-power consumption technology powered by Matsushita's lithium-ion battery solutions. Currently, (pardon the pun) laptops range anywhere from 3 - 6 hours, depending on what the users's power settings are. Users …

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