After months of analysis, a security researcher discovered that the Segway miniPRO could be compromised, allowing interested attackers to track down and take control of these hoverboards.
A family in Nashville, Tennessee is suing Amazon after selling a hoverboard, which was responsible for burning down their home. They contend Amazon knew it was dangerous, but still decided to sell it.
Carrying out a court order obtained by Future Motion, a hoverboard manufacturer alleging patent infringement, U.S. Marshals seized products on display by Chinese company at CES during display hours.
From banned hoverboards and Band 2 discounts, to the trial of Continuum, Universal success, DDoS declarations, and a spot of Santa-tracking, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Major online retailer Amazon has reportedly banned the sale of the so-called 'hoverboards' following warnings that the devices are dangerous and prone to catch fire.