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The search company grew a little less secretive at its Google I/O show, describing some particulars of its mammoth infrastructure of software and hardware.
Owners of PowerBooks and iBooks who purchased replacement power adapters after theirs began to spark should soon be eligible for a refund.
Mercedes-Benz to launch the first hybrid car based on lithium-ion batteries.
We've discovered a worrying new feature in some Dell laptops: if you touch them, you may get an electric shock!
Several CNET UK staff were hit with an electrical charge while using Dell's new XPS M1530--and we're not the only ones.
Netgear has recalled its XE103 Powerline Ethernet Adapter made for countries using 220-240 volt power sources.
Voluntary recall involves the AC adapter sold with SD-P1600 model. The parts can fail, causing device to overheat and posing a burn hazard.
Naval researchers have a plan for spraying minefields with thousands of small projectiles as a way to clear a safe path for troops.
Got an Acer TravelMate? Check the battery. It might have been recalled.