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Vodafone has developed a prototype device designed for home appliances that allows manufacturers to warn users about product recalls. Manufacturers can remotely disable dangerous appliances too.
The U.S. aviation authority has issued a notice reminding airlines that MacBook Pros with defective batteries, which Apple has recalled, are banned from flights. Some airlines have also done the same.
Apple has announced that some owners of the mid-2015, 15-inch MacBook Pro may be eligible for a free battery replacement due to the risk of overheating and potentially catching fire.
Apple has announced a voluntary recall of one of its AC wall plug adapters. It said it knows about six incidents where the hardware broke and caused electrical shocks to customers.
Amazon, in cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, has issued a recall of a dozen models of its AmazonBasics power banks. Those with the units are advised to unplug them.
The battery packs in some models are a potential fire hazard. The batteries present in ceratin Celsius and Lifebook models can overheat and cause damage although there has only been one case so far.
Lenovo announced that it is recalling some models of its fifth-generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon, as they may have an unfastened screw that could damage the battery and cause a fire hazard.
Certain models of HP laptops and mobile workstations have been recalled because of batteries overheating and, in some cases, melting. HP is issuing new batteries to those heeding the recall.
iPhone cases with liquid glitter inside are being recalled due to incidents of the liquid causing burns when exposed to the skin. These cases were sold at Amazon, Norstrom Rack, and other retailers.
Germany's transport minister ordered this Thursday the recall of 22,000 Porsches across Europe and the halt of permits for those still under manufacturing until new law-abiding software is available.
After reports concerning overheating, the CPSC has announced a recall of Energizer's Xbox One 2X Smart Charger. It is strongly advised for those affected to return the devices for a full refund.
HP is expanding a voluntary worldwide program for batteries that shipped with many ENVY, Pavilion, ProBook, and other laptops, due to their "potential to overheat, posing a fire and burn hazard".
After months of speculation, Samsung has finally revealed the cause of its exploding Galaxy Note7. The handset manufacturer also unveiled a website and video dedicated to the incident.
Targeting customers who escaped the phone crippling update earlier this month, Verizon is set to start forwarding all non-emergency Galaxy Note7 calls to their customer service department.
Samsung is preparing to share results of its Galaxy Note7 investigation, after discontinuing the device due to safety risks. Its details will be announced later in the month.
It appears that Samsung has completed its investigation of the Galaxy Note7. Although the firm has sent its report to various labs, it has not offered a public announcement or report.
Samsung has recovered a majority of Note7 handsets, but it appears that some are still being used in the US. Samsung will update the Note7 and disable charging, hoping to reclaim the remaining units.
It's no secret - Samsung is determined to rid the world of the Galaxy Note7. While a large percentage of handsets have been recovered, the company is becoming more aggressive by disabling handsets.
Although its only been out for a few weeks, GoPro is recalling its latest Karma drone and issuing full refunds. The company stated that a small number of users have reported unexpected power loss.
Samsung has announced a recall of 2.8 million units of its washing machines that were sold from 2011 to 2016, due to a design failure that can cause the machines to come apart.
Samsung has announced that in some parts of the world Note7 devices will soon stop connecting to mobile networks. This move is in an effort to force users to return their fire-prone devices.
Samsung's recall of the Galaxy Note7 is going to leave a lot of customers looking for a new handset. If that's you, consider these suggestions when exchanging your handset.
Samsung is alerting users of the Galaxy S7 that their phones are not issued for recall. The company is taking precautionary methods to ensure confusion does not arise between the Note7 and S7 line.
Following 96 incidents in the US - including 13 in which people suffered burns, and 47 reports of property damage - the CPSC has published official details of the Galaxy Note7's final recall.
Samsung is reportedly issuing fireproof recall kits to owners of the Galaxy Note7. The box is meant to house ineffective devices as Samsung halts the production of the Note7.
Samsung has thrown in the towel and is officially telling everyone that owns a Galaxy Note7 to power down and get a replacement handset. If you own a Galaxy Note7, here's what you need to do.
A man from Kentucky was hospitalized after his replacement Galaxy Note7 device caught fire. It was later found out that Samsung knew about the issue, but kept quiet about it.
Verizon and Sprint have resumed sales of the Galaxy Note7 - but Verizon's reference to the recall contains a notable inaccuracy, and Sprint's listing makes no mention of the handset's safety at all.
Samsung is pushing out an update to all recalled Galaxy Note7 handsets, which will display a warning urging owners to switch off and exchange their device - every time they turn it on or charge it.
Samsung has launched a new website to determine if a user's Galaxy Note7 is safe or not. Moreover, a new green battery color will be used in the Note7 UI to indicate that the battery is not faulty.
The United States Federal Aviation Administration has prohibited the use of Galaxy Note7 devices on aircraft. This was after the Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a recall of the device.
Samsung will soon begin the process of putting its disastrous Galaxy Note7 launch behind it. The company says it will resume sales of the device - currently under global recall - from September 28.
In light of the Galaxy Note7 recall, Samsung is now preparing replacement devices for those who were affected. The new handsets have a safety mark, to clearly differentiate them from the faulty units.
With the wide recall of Samsung's Galaxy Note7, the issue has created even more bad news. Samsung's shares have started slipping, with the company losing billions of dollars from investors.
A young boy from Brooklyn, NY has suffered burns after the Galaxy Note7 on which he was watching videos exploded in his hands, a day after consumers were urged to stop using the device.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission, an independent US government agency, has formally advised owners of the Galaxy Note7 to stop using it immediately, following a series of fiery incidents.
Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin Australia have banned the use of Samsung's Galaxy Note7 on their flights, following a growing number of incidents in which the new flagship phone has caught fire.
Samsung recalled the Note7, but it didn't implement an official recall process with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, leaving the FAA unsure over whether to ban the device from flights.
In light of the Galaxy Note7 recall, over risks of batteries catching on fire, a Samsung analyst predicted that it will cost the company a large sum of money in order to fix the issue.