Items tagged with Recall

If you own an ASUS ROG Maximus Z690 Hero motherboard, listen up. About 10,000 units were shipped with a defect that can create a short circuit. This results in overheating that can cause the boards to melt, burn, or even catch fire. ASUS is recalling all motherboards with the part number 90MB18E0-MVAAY0 which have... Read more...
Enermax makes some of the most affordable all-in-one liquid cooling solutions around, and unfortunately for a subset of owners, a few of them have been found to be defective and are being voluntarily recalled. The affected models include both black and white versions of the Liqmax III ARGB 360, and the Liqmax III ARGB... Read more...
MSI has issued a voluntary recall of its MAG CoreLiquid 360R and 240R all-in-one liquid cooling solutions following reports by some of its users of unusually high CPU temperatures. After looking into the matter, MSI determined that a "small portion" of those models are prone to producing sediment build-up that can... Read more...
Some drivers like to play it safe while other drivers tend to be a tad more aggressive. Tesla recently released various self-driving modes to accommodate both driving styles. However, the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has taken issue with some of the self-driving mode behaviors... Read more...
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has officially issued a recall for the NZXT H1 computer case, which has gone through a rather tumultuous period in the news since its release. The NZXT H1 has been in the spotlight due to a design flaw that could potentially cause a fire, putting not only your... Read more...
The FAA has a history of banning devices from commercial flights that are covered in a recall that poses a fire risk. A fire in a commercial aircraft flying at altitude is a major hazard, to say the least. In the past, the FAA banned Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, and now the agency has issued a ban that prevents... Read more...
Recalls due to battery issues are nothing new in the laptop world. Bad batteries have overheated and caused fires multiple times over the years in different notebook brands, as well as cellphones of course. This week, Apple issued a recall on certain MacBook Pro laptops due to a fire risk associated with the battery... Read more...
Owners of previous-generation 15-inch MacBook Pros may have cause for concern. Apple has recalled some older models of the machine due to potential battery fire risks. Consumers will be able to get their battery replaced for free, however. The batteries in the affected Macbook Pros may overheat and create a fire... Read more...
Dell is one of the biggest computer manufacturers in the world and has designed some impressive laptops and 2-in-1 devices to its credit. Recently, we put the all-new 2019 XPS 13 in the slick Frost White color through its paces and came away impressed by the premium ultra-portable notebook. Dell makes all sorts of... Read more...
In a letter to customers, Lenovo admitted it has a few loose screws. Or more accurately, the company's ThinkPad X1 Carbon (5th generation) does. Due to this, Lenovo is voluntarily recalling some of these thin and light laptops, as the loose screws could damage the device's battery causing it to overheat, and... Read more...
Energizer is not some fly-by-night brand that nobody has ever heard of—the company's roots date all the way back to 1896 when it was known as the American Electrical Novelty and Manufacturing Company. But even established brands are susceptible the occasional misstep. In this case, Energizer has issued a voluntary... Read more...
Believe it or not, Barnes and Noble is still selling Nook devices (remember those?). The Nook Tablet 7 is one of its newer models and if you happen to own one, stop using the included power adapter immediately. Barnes and Noble has issued a recall due to the risk of shock. The company warns that the power adapter's... Read more...
Back in June 2016, Hewlett-Packard issued a recall of 41,000 batteries produced for laptops sold under both the HP and Compaq brand names. Today, HP announced that it is extending the recall to include an additional 101,000 batteries that were sold in laptops between March 2013 and October 2016. Like before, this... Read more...
It has now been over two months since Samsung issued a global recall for its fire prone Galaxy Note 7 handset and there is still no explanation as to what was causing the batteries in affected units to overheat. That is important information, both for Samsung and the general public who want reassurance this was a one... Read more...
Uh oh Houston, we have a problem. Er, make that San Mateo, the city in California where action camera maker GoPro is headquartered. GoPro has also begun dabbling in drones, though things have gotten off to a somewhat rocky start. By that we mean the company has issued a recall for its first drone, called Karma, while... Read more...
To call the past couple of months "rough" for Samsung would be a huge understatement. When it became clear that its latest (and what was supposed to be greatest) smartphone, the Galaxy Note7, was exploding a little too often, some wondered if Samsung could recover from such bad publicity. Samsung would go on to recall... Read more...
Samsung opened itself up to criticism over the way it initially tried to handle a global recall of millions of Galaxy Note 7 devices on its own and it caught some heat as a result, but in giving credit where credit is due, the South Korean handset maker deserves praise for bouncing back and making quick work out of... Read more...
Samsung has its hands full when it comes to dealing with the fallout from its global Galaxy Note7 recall campaign. However, the company is trying to make it easier for customers to determine if their brand new Galaxy Note7 smartphone is safe to use, and won’t all of a sudden burst into flames while... Read more...
The sky is most certainly falling over Samsung headquarters in the wake of reports that its hottest new smartphone, the Galaxy Note7, might actually be too hot to handle, literally. Samsung has received at least 92 reports of Note7 batteries overheating in the U.S. alone since its launch, with 26 of those resulting in... Read more...
It's taken longer than it should have getting to this point, but Samsung has finally cooperated with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to formally recall 1 million of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones. As part of the recall, Samsung said it's received 92 reports of batteries overheating in the U.S... Read more...
After making a series of moves to restructure its mobile business and renew interest in its Galaxy handset line, the situation with the recently released Galaxy Note 7 is taking quite a toll on Samsung. The South Korean electronics firm saw its market capitalization plummet by $22 billion over the past two days, a... Read more...
It's a pretty scary thing when an electronic gadget is prone to exploding and catching fire, as has been reported to happen several of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 devices out in the wild. Adding fuel to the fire (see what we did there?), Samsung's been criticized for the way its handled the subsequent recall. It's still... Read more...
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