Fujitsu has issued a recall for battery packs used with their notebook computers due to fire hazards.
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.
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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.
Lenovo has issued a recall for thousands of Thinkpad batteries due to fire risk.
Researchers at the University of North Carolina appear to be making progress towards a safer & non-flammable battery.
Our friends from Techlicious provide additional information on the volatility of lithium ion laptop batteries.
Detailed comments from D2 Worldwide CEO Tony Olson regarding recent Li Ion laptop battery volatility research.
The good folks at Tips4PC.com take a deeper look at safety precautions you should follow when using a Lithium Ion laptop battery.
Once again we turned to our friends at D2 Worldwide to investigate and address the question: Are Lithium Ion laptop batteries any safer in 2013?