Mitsubishi Motors, in what looks to be one of the largest electric vehicle recalls ever, plans to bring 14,700 vehicles back to the shop in a worldwide move to fix a braking issue.
Sony has suspended sales of its Android-based Experia Tablet S, after discovering a manufacturing flaw.
I happen to think the Fisker Karma hybrid is one of the sleekest green cars to ever hit the streets. The car will haul four people in style - when it works.
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.
Apparently, the scene where a driver loses control and, in a panic, pulls the steering wheel off the car isn’t just a Hollywood invention.
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 iPhone 4 problems, when it comes to new phones, are hardly new to Apple or to any vendor. Yes the phones are crashing, yes the battery life of some suck (try the 4G Evo), and yes the antenna design was a really bad idea in hindsight.
Apple probably wishes it could go back in time and fix this problem: some customers who bought a Time Capsule, a device that was supposed to provide safe data backup, now find themselves with a 3.5-pound paperweight.
Sony is recalling 535,000 Vaio laptops over fears that they may overheat so badly they could cause burns to the skin.
The US CPSC puts customers of HP and Compaq notebooks on notice adding to 70,000 batteries previously recalled last May.
Faulty wiring on the Targus Universal power adapter for laptops considered a burn hazard. Editors stop working just in case.