Google: We will shut down our search engine if we have to pay for news
Australian government plans to add a link tax which would force Google and Facebook to pay for local news sites whenever their content shows up.
Disney+: List of supported devices, launch date, pricing and countries that will get it
Disney has finally revealed what devices will be supported once the new subscription service, Disney+, will launch in November. Service is set ......
Samsung hit with lawsuit over waterproof smartphone ads
The South Korean consumer electronics giant has vowed to defend itself after a regulator filed a lawsuit over ads related to its Galaxy smartphones.
Facebook: Send us all your nudes, so we can block their distribution
Facebook has released a feature in Australia that sounds more like a teenage boys' prank than a real feature. Company asks people who are worried ......
Courts order ISPs to block 59 piracy websites
Judges have ordered ISPs to block a list of 59 websites that provide access to pirated movies and TV show content.
Government proposals would block piracy sites, but wouldn't punish infringers
Under copyright law reform proposals in Australia, access to piracy websites could be blocked by Internet users, but downloaders would escape further punishment.
Valve sued over Steam's 'no refund' policy
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has sued digital gaming giant Valve for breach of the Australian Consumer Law for businesses, over Steam's no-refund policy.
Comedian Louis CK: The whole country of Australia pirates
Popular comedian Louis CK has said this week that everyone in Australia pirates, which is what explains how people he has talked to in the nation have all seen his show Louie despite it not being available in the country legally.
Saints Row IV banned in Australia due to Anal Probe usage
The Australian Classification Board has justified its refusal to classify Saints Row IV for the market, singling out the use of 'anal probes' and narcotics.
Saints Row IV refused classification in Australia
Saints Row IV has become the first game to be refused classification in Australia, effectively banning the game until develop Volition can change its content.
Google Music expanded to seven new countries
Including Australia, Ireland, Austria
Apple blames record labels, movie studios for Australians paying higher prices on digital content
Calls industry 'old-fashioned'
Australia to grill Apple, Microsoft and Adobe on high prices
The Australian parliament is set to grill executives from tech giants Apple, Microsoft and Adobe on why Australians pay higher prices despite a strong AUD currency.
Microsoft Australia drops Xbox 360 price
Microsoft Australia has announced it is dropping the MSRP for the Xbox 360 and the Kinect motion control sensor by significant amounts. Starting ......
Judge approves Apple settlement over misleading 4G ads
The fine has been approved by the Australian judge in charge of the case,just two weeks after Apple agreement on the settlement. Apple had ......
Spotify expands to Australia, NZ
Popular music streaming service Spotify has expanded to Australia and New Zealand. Spotify's full offering of 16 million tracks will be available ......
Teenage hacker arrested for hitting 259 websites
A 15-year-old Australian hacker has been arrested this week for allegedly attacking over 250 websites in just three months. Starting in January, ......
iPad buyers in Australia offered refunds
Apple is emailing all buyers of the new iPad in Australia offering them a refund for their purchase. The move comes right after Australia's ......
Apple to file another suit against Samsung in Australia
Apple has a new plan to get Samsung tablets and smartphones banned in Australia. They will be suing their chief competitor over case designs.
Appeals judge questions Galaxy Tab 10.1 ban in Australia
Australian appeals court judge questions the fairness of the injunction placed on the Samsung tablet earlier this year.