Tesla To Voluntarily Recall Every Model S Because One Seat Belt Came Apart

Tesla Motors announced this morning it is issuing a voluntary recall for every Model S ever made to inspect the front seat belts after a customer’s seat belt came apart. No one was hurt or injured, but the automaker is still asking customers to bring their cars in to check out a bolt in the seat belt assembly. »11/20/15 12:23pm11/20/15 12:23pm


Apple Recalls Beats' Pill XL Speaker Because It's a Big Old Fire Hazard

Beats’ Pill XL speakers are HOT HOT HOT! As in, they will literally catch on fire and you should remove them from your home or office environment immediately. Apple is recalling Beats’ largest Pill speaker model because overheating batteries may cause the oblong, overpriced speakers to be set ablaze.
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Candy Company Sorry Its Gummy Candy Came Out Penis-Shaped

You know that excited, blissful feeling that comes when you're just about to chow down on a fresh pack of gummy bears, but then you notice you're actually holding a fistful of penises? Because after a little mixup at the gummy bear factory, a whole bunch of kids in New Zealand do. And the company would like them to… »9/11/14 4:25pm9/11/14 4:25pm

Twenty styles of children's sunglasses—215,000 pairs, in all—have been recalled for having "exc

Twenty styles of children's sunglasses—215,000 pairs, in all—have been recalled for having "excessive" amounts of lead in them, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Many Disney and Marvel-branded sunglasses are included in the recall. So if you bought lil' Johnny some Spiderman sunnies this… »9/04/14 4:01pm9/04/14 4:01pm

Garmin Recalling 1.25 Million Fire-Prone Personal Navigation Units

Garmin today announced that they're recalling five Nuvi models—the 200W, 250W, 260W, 7xx and 7xxT (where xx is a two-digit number)—totaling 1.25 million units in all. 796,000 of those were sold in the united states. The culprit, according to today's press release, were batteries manufactured by a third-party that are… »8/25/10 2:59pm8/25/10 2:59pm