Peak body ACCAN has found that consumers are being ripped off on SMS pricing and has called the ACCC to take action.
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.
The company has slashed the cost of its Creative Cloud subscription in Australia to match the price charged in the United States.
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.
Sick of so-called "price gouging" on video games? So is Green Man, and it's putting its money where its mouth is.
A plan to subpoena recalcitrant global IT companies in the parliamentary IT pricing inquiry seems to have slowed right down.
The Australia tax. We imagine it as some vast, groaning behemoth, barely able to move under the weight of its own corpulent avarice.
Reports surface of dealers planning to charge large premiums in addition to GM's $41,000 price tag.
AT&T Wireless is gouging customers. Why do we have to accept this?
Microsoft pillages developing economies like Brazil with punitive pricing that stifles economic development. Is there any wonder that anti-Microsoft feeling is rife in Brazil?