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U.S. Army / Staff Sgt. William Tremblay

They Just Found $1 Trillion in Afghanistan

Afghanistan was thought to be a hardscrabble wasteland good for producing little more than opium—that is until a gang of American geologists working from old Soviet maps uncovered a variety of mineral deposits thought to be rich enough to radically alter our whole concept of Afghanistan and the war to control it.

Posted on Jun 13, 2010 READ MORE


Laptop Fire
SFGate.com/Cindy Brown

Be Careful What You Type On

The largest recall in consumer electronics history just got bigger, with both Toshiba and Lenovo (ThinkPad) announcing the recall of products containing a potentially explosive Sony-made battery.  With Dell, Apple and Sony recalls already underway, this latest announcement brings the total number of affected laptops to 7 million.

Posted on Sep 29, 2006 READ MORE


an Apple iBook explodes into flames
SFGate.com/Cindy Brown

Watch Where You Point That Laptop

In the mad rush to make our gadgets go, a battery manufacturer’s slight oversight could lead to disastrous consequences, as in the recent recall of 6 million Sony laptop batteries prone to explosion and fire.  Lithium-ion batteries, the kind used in many electronic devices because of their power efficiency, are especially vulnerable to this kind of problem.

Posted on Aug 26, 2006 READ MORE


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