Tesla Motors, already dealing with a public relations issue related to some of its Model S electric sedans catching fire last year, now has another hot under the collar technology problem to deal with that this time is centered around some of its in-home wall chargers. This new problem reportedly has led to some severe overheating, among other concerns.
Consumer Reports - which hated the iPhone 4 when it launched last summer - has given the new iPad top rating.
The new iPad runs considerably hotter than its predecessor, tests have shown - making it perfect for reading in bed, perhaps, but alarming some users.
Apple's admitted that some of its iPod Nanos have been overheating, and is offering users replacements.
Oopsidaisy: HP has realized that it's been using dodgy batteries in a whole load more notebook PCs, and has issued another recall.
Another day, another bonfire. Toshiba has become the latest company to recall a product over fears of overheating.
Garmin is recalling more than a million Nuvi navigation devices over fears that they could overheat and cause a fire.
The once infallible Apple has assured the Japanese government that it will replace overheating, first-gen iPod Nanos on demand.
A lawsuit has been filed in the North District of California accusing Apple of falsely advertising its popular iPad as a reading device.
Sony is recalling 535,000 Vaio laptops over fears that they may overheat so badly they could cause burns to the skin.
Nvidia has removed the latest iteration of WHQL drivers from its website after a number of StarCraft II beta testers blamed 196.75 for the sizzling death of their PCs and video cards.