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Grey market products: not always cheaper

We compare some prices for popular products from the grey market and local retailers to work out if there are still significant savings from buying imported electronics.

By 19 December 2013

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JB Hi-Fi now operating on the grey market

About three weeks ago, JB Hi-Fi started openly selling parallel import games in-store.

By 21 May 2012

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Grey market matters

The Aussie retail landscape is changing, with JB Hi-Fi going grey and Harvey Norman dipping its toes into online. Plus we investigate the active versus passive 3D battle.

By 24 November 2011

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Australian Netflix use has tripled in the past 12 months

Australians are increasingly using Netflix, despite the geoblocking, according to financial app Pocketbook. But strangely enough, Foxtel doesn't need to worry...

By 11 July 2014

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Apple reportedly cutting iPhone 5C production in half

A new report claims Apple is scaling back production, citing weaker demand for the company's less-expensive iPhone.

By 11 October 2013

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IT pricing inquiry verdict: Australia is consistently ripped off

The IT pricing inquiry has found that "the price differences for IT products cannot be explained by the cost of doing business in Australia" and recommends the removal of geo-blocking restrictions.

By 29 July 2013

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Windows Phone handsets outselling iPhone in 7 countries

Microsoft's mobile OS is big in some small European countries, according to a market research company.

By 1 April 2013

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Canon issues notice on 650D grip issue in Australia

Canon Australia has issued a notice for certain EOS 650D SLR cameras, stating that grips on some models may turn white.

By 3 August 2012

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Gary's last stand

We say auf wiedersehen and goodbye to Ty as he makes his way across the Pacific. We also look at grey market products and our first impressions of Windows 8.

By 15 September 2011

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Kogan sells Canon, Nikon SLRs, iPad 2

Online retailer Kogan has started selling digital SLRs from Canon and Nikon on its website, as well as a range of tablets, undercutting Australian recommended retail prices.

By 14 September 2011