More than 100,000 affected.
Sold between 2013 and 2015.
All units to be considered unsafe.
Bad batch of LS-15s strikes again.
Warns users of potential fire hazard.
Toshiba has issued a warning to owners of certain laptop models, as they could overheat.
A group of researchers have developed a means of reducing the fire risk from lithium ion batteries.
Apple has issued a notice that some Time Capsule backup devices need replacing.
Work at Imperial College London on plastic supercapacitor material holds the potential to rid the world of batteries once and for all, turning a device's case into the power source.
Panasonic has announced improvements to its Lithium-Ion power cell technology which hold the promise of a 30 percent improvement - although not until 2013.
Sony has issued a world-wide product recall for 69,000 Vaio power supplies which have a fault in the insulation leading to short circuits and potential shocks.
HP has issued a voluntary battery recall for 70,000 lithium-ion batteries that it claims are a potential fire hazard following two separate incidents.
Fire extinguishers had to be used to deal with an Apple PowerBook G4 after it caught fire in a London office, resulting in 6ft flames and sparks
Sony has issued a product recall for around 100,000 laptop batteries that have an irritating tendency to bust into flames - and not for the first time.
Apple has initiated a product recall for compact mains-USB adaptors provided with the iPhone 3G in the US, Japan, and other countries due to risk of electric shock.
Sony has issued a recall of several Vaio notebook models due to a "wiring problem" that can result in short-circuiting and localised overheating problems.