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IKEA Recalls 29 Million Dressers In The US, But No Recall In Australia

Rumours broke yesterday that IKEA was going to recall millions of dressers today. And they were right. But it’s not just the Malm, as we originally heard. IKEA is recalling 29 million dressers of all varieties in partnership with the US Product Safety Commission after the death of a 22-month-old child who was crushed by a Malm dresser earlier this year. However, they aren’t being recalled in Australia.

IKEA Is Discontinuing Some Malm Dressers, Recalling 27 Million Units

Tomorrow IKEA will reportedly announce a recall of over 27 million Malm dressers. And shockingly, the Swedish furniture company is doing away with the piece of furniture altogether. Many versions of the Malm dresser were officially removed from the IKEA website today.

Almost 40,000 Hyundai i30s Are Being Recalled To Fix Stability Control

Damage during the manufacturing of the Electronic Stability Control Module of Hyundai i30 models sold between 18 December 2010 and 29 March 2012 has promoted a recall of 37,334 vehicles.

Apple Is Recalling Faulty MacBook USB-C Charging Cables

Over the weekend, Apple announced that it’s recalling some USB-C charge cables that were included with its super-slim MacBooks in 2015 because they “may fail due to a design issue”.

How 'Memory Hacking' Is Becoming A Reality

Movies like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Inception suggest it may eventually be possible to erase, modify or even implant memories into your brain. An upcoming episode of American science show NOVA introduces viewers to this futuristic possibility and the scientists who are trying to make it happen.

Toyota Recalling 300,000 Cars In Australia

Toyota is recalling a whopping 6.39 million cars around the world right now, and 297,000 of those vehicles live in Australia. If you’ve got one of these, it’s time to visit your dealer.

Porsche Will Replace Every Single 911 GT3 Engine After Finding That They Catch Fire

785 engines. That’s how many replacements Porsche will need when it comes to fixing the insanely fast Porsche 911 GT3 around the world. You see, the fastest car Porsche currently makes had to be recalled after it found they had a nasty habit of catching fire. Now it’s replacing every single engine after it figured out the problem.

8 Questions About Dell's Cat Urine Recall

Do you own a Dell Latitude 643u ultrabook? Does your Dell Latitude 643u Ultrabook smell like cat urine? And do you, in fact, not own a cat? Well, then, we have some good news for you, friends. Dell has officially issued a recall for their recent fleet of cat pee computers, and it’s giving away the non-odoriferous replacement parts for free.

Volkswagen Is Recalling A Whopping 25,000 Cars In Australia

With safety concerns over Volkswagen cars losing power at speed of late, the German automobile manufacturer has decided to recall over 25,000 cars in the country across pretty much all of its product lines. Oh dear.

Sony Is Halting Xperia Tablet Sales Following Manufacturing Defect [Updated]

Oh dear. Sony came out of this year’s IFA conference so well. It was a perfect return to form for a company we’ve been keen to see better things out of for a while. Now though, cracks are starting to form in the company’s core products. The Sony Xperia Tablet S — Sony’s first tablet under the Xperia banner — is being recalled due to a construction fault.

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