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Honda To Use Targeted Facebook Videos To Encourage Repairs

11/20/2017, As you might have heard, a couple of years ago there was an issue with the Takata airbags installed in certain brands of cars, such as Toyota, Honda, and Nissan, in which they were forced to recall vehicles that have been outfitted with the airbags. Now...

Teenage Girl Dies After Electrocuted By Frayed iPhone Charging Cable

11/18/2017, If there is one problem that many iPhone owners are familiar with when it comes to the bundled charging cable, it is that it tends to fray around the edges where the connector is. This has been a problem that has been going on for many years, and one that...

UK Driving Tests Will Now Include Sat Nav Skills

04/17/2017, Driving tests haven’t really changed that much over the years, simply because for the most parts, cars are still operated the same way, and the rules of the road haven’t changed that much either. That might be a different story when self-driving cars...

An Additional 772,000 Honda & Acura Vehicles To Be Recalled

01/11/2017, As you might have heard, carmakers such as Honda and Toyota have been forced to recall their cars following the discovery of defective Takata airbags. Last year Honda announced the recall of a whopping 2.2 million cars, and it seems that the number has...

8 Million Cuisinart Food Processor Blades Recalled

12/15/2016, If you do a lot of cooking or baking at home, there’s a good chance you own a food processor, and that food processor is more likely than not made by Cuisinart who is one of the staple brands when it comes to home cooking equipment. Unfortunately it...

99% Of Fake Apple Accessories Sold Online Failed Safety Tests

12/02/2016, You would think that purchasing an Apple accessory from an online platform as old and reputable as Amazon would mean that you’re purchasing a legitimate product. Unfortunately that’s not the case as previously Apple had warned that 9 out 10 Apple...

Anker Issues Recall For Their USB-C Cables

08/30/2016, It probably goes without saying that USB-C is the standard we can expect in the future in terms of device connectivity. So far we’ve seen many Android OEMs adopt the feature, and we are also seeing laptop manufacturers adopting USB-C ports as well, but...

Basis Peak Smartwatches Recalled Due To Overheating Issues

08/03/2016, The Basis Peak smartwatch was launched in 2014, but it seems that in the past few months, owners of the Peak smartwatch have been reporting that their devices have been overheating, so much so to the point where the company has announced (via TechCrunch)...

DJI Will Now Alert Drone Owners Of Nearby Wildfires

07/19/2016, Drones allow us to get to heights and access views that would not normally be possible unless one was in a helicopter. Unfortunately the novelty meant that people were using drones to record all kinds of things, like emergency situations which in some...

This Robot Could Have Broken Asimov’s First Law Of Robotics

07/13/2016, For those who are fans of robots and robotics, you guys are probably aware of Asimov and his Three Laws of Robotics, or at least the first one that was echoed by Will Smith in the “I, Robot” movie which says, “A robot may not injure a human...

Driver Dies With Tesla’s Autopilot Active, NHTSA To Investigate

06/30/2016, Tesla has reiterated many times in the past that the autopilot feature is not the same as self-driving. However the company’s CEO did state that the system is smart enough where it can actually reduce the chances of accidents by as much as 50%, and we...

Regulators Warn Owners Of 300,000 Honda Cars To Stop Driving Them

06/30/2016, Earlier this year, Japanese carmaker Honda announced that they would be recalling 2.2 million of their cars due to an issue with its airbags which are manufactured by Takata. However it seems that isn’t the end of the story. US regulators the National...