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Apple was first to hit the House of Representatives committee inquiry into IT pricing. What does Apple have to say about its price practices in Australia?
Microsoft is the last today to face the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Infrastructure and Communications inquiry into IT pricing.
Adobe has taken its seat at the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Infrastructure and Communications inquiry into IT pricing.
Parliamentary committee want the companies to appear to explain why consumers in Australia pay more than their counterparts in other countries.
Apple, Adobe and Microsoft have finally been held accountable for their reticence in the IT pricing inquiry, with the three companies summonsed to explain their pricing before a public hearing.
A plan to subpoena recalcitrant global IT companies in the parliamentary IT pricing inquiry seems to have slowed right down.
The first public IT pricing inquiry hearing was held yesterday in Sydney.
In the final CNET Australia podcast, we discuss Joe's love for the Nexus 7, social gaming, Polaroid-branded products and the kissing robots of doom.
If you have some time to spare today, head over to the House of Representatives website and make a submission to the inquiry into IT pricing.
Investigators to call Apple and Microsoft, among others, to explain why it costs more to download software and other content Down Under than in other countries.