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A government review into competition policy has suggested dropping parallel import restrictions and geoblocking limitations to give Australians access to cheaper prices.
The local industry body that represents Apple and Microsoft has defended the right of companies to set their own prices in Australia, warning that brands may "abandon" the Australian market if they can't charge what they wish.
Foxtel and Choice have locked horns over content pricing, with Choice arguing that consumers should not have to "pay a premium" for top shows as Foxtel accuses it of being "disingenuous".
It's been 12 months since the parliamentary inquiry into the so-called 'Australia Tax' delivered its findings -- but has anything changed?
The HP Pavilion x360 converts between a laptop and a tablet thanks to the integration of a 360-degree hinge.
Activision is charging AU$52.95 for Angry Birds Star Wars on the PlayStation 4 — and AU$69.95 on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
Consumer watchdog Choice has given EA Games a less-than-coveted Shonky Award over the high charges on its SimCity helpline.
Here's our wrap of the news, reviews, pricing details and other coverage of Apple's brand new smartphones.
Used games, online play, borrowed titles and the dreaded Australia tax — it's on like Donkey Kong (or a non-Nintendo-exclusive equivalent).
Apple is getting slapped with the bill after the country has taken aim at complex tax structures meant to shelter revenue from tax liability.