Heinz Australia is sourcing its mobility from Apple by deploying a fleet of iPad minis loaded with a new CRM solution.
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Apple has unveiled its 7.9-inch iPad Mini device with similar pricing between Australia and the US.
Can you actually commit electronic trespassing by using Find My iPhone to track your stolen iPad? Apparently not. Well, not in Australia, anyway.
Apple was found to have misled consumers in Australia with the "4G iPad" label, but the question remains: does this case now set the standard for 4G in Australia?
Apple's new iPad: 4G? Not in Australia. The marketing misstep will cost Cupertino $2.22 million.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is set to continue its legal action against Apple and its "4G" iPad, despite the fact that the company renamed the device in Australia.
Apple has bowed to pressure and dropped the term '4G' in the branding of its new iPad in Australia, after the competition commission pointed out it does not work on 4G networks there
Apple has bowed to pressure from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and regulators in other countries around the globe, dropping the "4G" label from its new iPad product.
If you thought Apple had yet to go off the deep end, think again. In a bid to protect itself from legal troubles in Australia, the iPad maker is trying to define '3G' speeds as '4G' speeds.
Apple has responded to attempts to make it change the name of its '4G' iPad in Australia, by saying 3G networks there could technically be classed as 4G
Apple selling the new iPad in Australia with the label "4G" has caught the attention of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), which is taking Apple to court.
From Australia to Europe: more complaints are coming in from customers to regulators that the iPad 3's "4G" capability simply doesn't work.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is to mount a legal challenge against Apple over its description of its new iPad as 4G capable
Australia's competition regulator could impose a sales ban on the iPad 3, after it claimed Apple was "misleading" consumers on its 4G LTE capability.
Cupertino unveils enhanced hardware features to its device, such as faster chip and LTE support, with Asia-Pacific markets such as Singapore and Australia among first to get new iPad.
The most common question we will hear today apart from "Why is it not the iPad 3?" is "Why no 4G in Australia?"
One of Jetstar's key iPad integration partners, Stellar Group, has told ZDNet Australia that a series of unfortunate events, like the Japanese tsunami and tough negotiations with Apple, culminated in a "comedy of errors", which caused ongoing delays in the plan to deploy the tablets onto the budget airline.
The company behind the Queensland Cabinet iPad document reader has reported strong demand for the app from government departments across Australia, and has revealed plans to make the app available to other departments in the near future.
Samsung has filed for bans on Apple's iPhone 4S smartphone in Japan and Australia, saying it will not back down in its global war with the American company.The Tokyo-based suit also seeks a preliminary injunction against sales of the iPad 2 tablet, according to The Korea Times.
Experience and reward company RedBalloon has given each of its staff a shiny new iPad 2 to use as a productivity tool, but the company has told ZDNet Australia that it has no intentions of using the Apple tablets to replace its fleet of desktop computers.
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