Boeing is working with Japan Airlines to service a plane after maintenance workers found its battery smoking.
An eighth-grader in Maine is sitting in class when she hears a pop. Then she notices smoke coming from her back pocket.
Apple certainly has an interesting way of paying back its loyal consumer base that helped the third-generation iPad become the best and fastest selling tablet ever.
A man in Hong Kong insists that his Samsung Galaxy S4 emitted flames so great that his house and his Mercedes were destroyed.
Companies that followed these ill-fated trends get credit for trying, but not much else.
The person shares photos of the Galaxy S3, which is completely burned up. He claims he had made no modifications to the device.
A user in Ireland yesterday posted images of the Galaxy S3 with severe burns on the bottom of the device. A "white flame" reportedly burst from the device.
Intelligent biomechanical mask under development at the University of Texas at Arlington could regrow faces for soldiers burned on the battlefield.
Apple's tablet is seeing some feisty competition from Amazon.com's Kindle counterpart, an investment bank says.
At the iPad 2 event in San Francisco, Steve Jobs tore into the tablet PC, a relatively obscure PC product category that never caught on with consumers.