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.