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Are Child Light-Up Shoes Dangerous?

Earlier this month, a couple in Katy, Texas opened the door to their SUV to find a hole in the floor, areas of the passenger seat melted and the smell of burnt plastic. After asking the local fire marshal to investigate, they discovered one of the batteries on their 2-year-old son’s light-up shoes was charred to a crisp. Fire officials…
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Chrysler Recalls 1.4 Million Hackable Cars

Chrysler is recalling 1.4 million hackable cars that can be remotely manipulated over the Internet. Hackers are able to remotely control several Chrysler models, posing an unprecedented danger for drivers. Hackers can cut the brakes, drive the vehicle off the road, and shut down the engine. The recall includes the following Chrysler vehicles equipped with 8.4-inch touchscreens: 2013-2015 MY Dodge…
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Austin residents take note: thousands sue over hip implants

As the population ages in Austin and most other regions of the country, the market increases for medical devices such as artificial hip replacements. However, like real hip joints, artificial hip joints tend to wear out, requiring painful and expensive new surgery. However, Johnson & Johnson’s subsidiary DePuy tried to increase the longevity of their artificial hips. In fact, hip…
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