Some HP laptops continue to be sold with defective batteries that may cause “fire and burn damage,” the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced on Tuesday.
The recall was issued after 1 report of a laptop battery fire in Canada. Fujitsu has recalled about 5,800 Panasonic lithium-ion laptop battery packs in the United States and another 606 batteries in Canada. According to the recall notice posted...
Hewlett-Packard is recalling lithium-ion batteries found inside various notebook and workstation computers after reports surfaced of the devices overheating, melting and charring.
The conclusions are clear: Laptops and other large electronics are safer in a passenger's carry-on bag than underneath the plane.
The U.S. banned air travelers from 8 Muslim-majority countries from carrying laptops in carry-on bags in March. Now laptops will go under the plane — but if the battery explodes, flight crews will have no way to put out the...
HP is recalling more laptop batteries that can overheat and catch on fire, adding to a decade-long list involving over 500,000 batteries and 125 incidents since 2005.
Toshiba is expanding a recall to include about 200,000 lithium-ion laptop batteries because they can overheat and catch on fire, posing burn injury hazards to consumers.