Today, Apple announced a recall of AC wall plug adapters found in several countries, due to risks of electrical shock.
Coming as a surprise to no one who’s seen the original Star Wars trilogy, yesterday the Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a recall for a Darth Vader infant bodysuit that poses a potential choking hazard. Obviously.
Chipotle has been at the center of a number of outbreaks of food-related sicknesses this year—and now one of them may be about to land them in court.
Trader Joe’s announced a voluntary recall of their Triple Ginger Brew this week due to an unlikely reason: Bottles were literally bursting open by themselves. But why was it happening? We think we know the reason.
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.
Sure, VW just recalled 11 million cars. But as far as bike recalls go, this is still a big one: A group of thirteen bike brands are recalling more than 1.3 million disc brake-equipped bikes.
If you own a newer Jeep Grand Cherokee or Dodge Durango, you will want to check this out: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling 1.4 million cars due to a security flaw that leaves the vehicles vulnerable to complete takeovers from hackers.
Ikea is urging people to stop using around 27 million of its dressers as a response to children getting crushed to death by them.
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.
Instant coffee machine manufacturer Keurig is recalling some 7 million crappy coffee makers because they're burning people with scalding water.
Reminder: Computers are dangerous. Lenovo issued a recall this week for over 500,000 possibly defective power cords that could overheat, spark, burn, or melt. Yeesh.
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…
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…
They say that it's all fun and games until somebody loses an eye. Technically, the same applies to skull fractures, poisoning, and third-degree burns. Throughout history, toy makers have designed some truly brutal products (lawn darts, anyone?). But with modern-day lawsuits, you'd think we would've curbed that…
Got a HP or Compaq laptop? Better check the power cord; HP is recalling 6 million of them due to a fire risk.
Do you own a 39- or 42-inch E-Series Vizio flat screen? Does your flat screen keep falling on its face? Then we have some good news for you, friends: Vizio just recalled about 245,000 of its TVs due to a "risk of tip over."
Fitbit announced today that it will recall its new Force model, after users complained of rashes and burns while wearing it. Fitbit CEO James Park says the recall is motivated by "an abundance of caution."