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Fujitsu has issued a recall for battery packs used with their notebook computers due to fire hazards.
Lenovo Expands Recall Over Battery Dangers PC makers Lenovo has announced an expansion of a laptop recall that began in 2014 – due to dangers related to issues of overheating. Lenovo received four reports of incidents where battery packs overheated, damaging computers and property. In one incident, a consumer’s skin was “reddened,” and burn marks […]
Nature Communications has published a lengthy study on li-ion battery volatility including a fascinating look inside an exploding battery.
Recently, several reports have emerged of Li-Ion battery related issues on board planes and growing concern among airlines.
HP has announced a recall of 6 million power cords used with HP and Compaq branded laptops.
Teen’s cell phone catches fire. PC Pitstop/D2 Worldwide Research cited in the national media for the 2nd time this month.
Risk of burn and fire hazards has prompted Sony to recall more VAIO laptop PCs.
A Pennsylvania woman was injured when her Dell laptop exploded.
PC Pitstop Sponsored Research was recently featured on Good Morning America.
Freedom of Information request by KTVU in Oakland, California uncovers previously unseen video of li ion battery testing done by government agencies.
Last month, 100 Pennsylvania firefighters from 10 different fire departments were required to battle a blaze caused by a laptop battery explosion.
Sony has announced that as many at 26,000 VAIO laptops are at risk of fire – posed by defective Li Ion batteries.