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Google and HP pull Chromebook 11 as chargers overheat

The HP Chromebook 11 has been pulled from shop shelves as Google and HP admit the charger can overheat.

By November 14, 2013

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Sony PlayStation Vita overheats, tech watchdog investigates

The Sony PlayStation Vita has suffered problems with overheating while charging, prompting an investigation by Japanese authorities.

By July 27, 2012

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Apple denies new iPad overheats

Apple has spoken out against claims that the new iPad suffers from overheating issues.

By March 21, 2012

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Apple's new iPad overheats, irate users complain

Users of Apple's new iPad have turned to support forums to complain of uncomfortable levels of overheating in the high-specced device.

By March 19, 2012

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Apple: Early iPod Nanos can overheat; send in for free replacement

Company says battery issue with some first-generation iPod Nanos poses safety risk and that risk "increases as the battery ages." Apple urges owners of device to stop using it and to return it for a free replacement unit.

By November 12, 2011

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Apple recalls 'overheating' older European power adapter

An adapter sold with older models of the iPhone could overheat, says Apple, so you can swap it for a redesigned version.

By June 13, 2014

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Sony recalls hybrid Vaio laptops due to battery issues

Sony has today announced a recall on selected VaioFit Laptops due to an internal issue with the lithium-ion battery that can cause it to overheat.

By April 14, 2014

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New iPad heat blamed on screen, Wi-Fi prompts new complaints

The new iPad's screen could be causing it to overheat, according to experts, as some owners complain about the Wi-Fi signal.

By March 22, 2012

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Apple to replace faulty first generation iPod nanos

Apple has determined that a certain batch of the dinky MP3 players have faulty batteries that could overheat and "pose a safety risk".

By November 12, 2011

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HP sued over security flaw in printers

New Yorker sues HP after researchers show how they can compromise an HP printer, steal data, and make it overheat via a remote update feature.

By December 8, 2011