The agreement between Apple and Australian watchdogs falls in line with the country's Australian Consumer Law.
High Court overturns lower court's ruling that found the Web giant in violation of trade laws for allowing companies to purchase AdWords related to competitors' names.
Talks between Apple and Australia fail to resolve a legal skirmish over the use of the term "4G" as part of the iPad's branding.
High-speed wireless networking in Australia uses different 4G frequencies than those the new iPad supports, and a consumer commission will seek fines and injunctions barring sales.
After an Australian commission filed a complaint alleging Apple violated the country's consumer law by misleadingly labeling its iPad as 4G-capable, the computer giant agrees to settle.
An Australian federal court today ruled that Google displayed misleading paid ads in its search results back in 2006 and 2007.
A new report out of the country says that the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is at least considering launching an investigation into Apple.
Australia's consumer watchdog agency accused Apple of violating the country's consumer law by misleadingly labeling its new iPad as 4G-capable.
The new iPad has been criticised by a consumer commission, which claims the tablet's 4G claims are misleading. Could the same happen in the UK?
Regulators in Australia say the iPad's 4G billing doesn't hold water. Apple now counters: sure it does -- you just aren't looking at 3G the right way.