Latest News (Recall) RSS

Show Software News

Sony joins laptop battery recall list

On Tuesday, Sony said it would recall 60,000 of its notebook computer batteries in Japan, adding its own name to the list of PC makers recalling Sony-made batteries. Sony's move, which was expected, comes a... More...

Sony plans its own battery recall

The recall, expected this month, will encompass all possibly defective batteries, including those previously announced by manufacturers for specific notebook computers, said Julie Vallese, director of the Office of Public Affairs at the CPSC. But... More...

Laptop Battery Recall Escalates

As the defective laptop battery problem reaches pandemic proportions, with Toshiba, Fujitsu, Lenovo and IBM are among the latest manufacturers to recall their products for fear they might start a fire. Dell has expanded the... More...

Apple recall on laptop batteries

Computer giant Apple is recalling 1.8m batteries used in its laptop computers worldwide after overheating complaints. The announcement affects laptop computers - the iBook G4 and Powerbook G4 - sold between October 2003 and... More...

Battery Recall May Ding Dell Reputation

Dell's battery recall couldn't have come at a worse time, with customer service waning and Wall Street increasingly growing impatient with the PC giant's earnings misses. The good news: Dell's main supplier, Sony, is expected... More...

Dell to recall 4m notepad batteries

Dell and the U.S. Products and Safety Commission plan to recall 4.1 million notebook batteries on Tuesday, a company representative confirmed Monday. The recall affects certain Inspiron, Latitude and Precision mobile workstation units shipped between... More...

Dell Issues Notebook Battery Recall

Dell Inc. is recalling thousands of notebook PC battery packs. The Round Rock, Texas, PC maker on Friday said it is working with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to recall and replace about 35,000... More...

Segway Rolls Out a Recall

Segway LLC has issued a voluntary recall of its Human Transporter product after revealing that riders might fall from the device as the batteries are drained of power, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said.... More...

Load more news