Australia's court case deciding whether Samsung devices infringe on Apple's patents won't be overshadowed by the recently concluded US case, according to lawyers.
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Samsung's plea to have the US ban on the Galaxy Nexus overturned has failed, but Google might be coming to the rescue with an "imminent" patch.
Australian construction collaboration specialist Aconex today announced that it had bought Grazer, a South Australian asset management firm.
Mining giant Rio Tinto has re-signed Orange Business Services for a "substantial" five-year contract to deliver network and security services to 280 sites across the globe.
Even if Optus wins its case against the National Rugby League (NRL), the Australian Football League (AFL) and Telstra, the concept behind its TV Now product might be short lived, as the legislation enabling it will likely be re-examined, according to Damien Tampling, national leader of Deloitte's Technology, Media and Telecommunications advisory arm.
CSG said today that it has decided not to sell out to a potential buyer that made an offer in September.
The Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft has confirmed that it will be bringing its case against iiNet to the High Court in the first week of December.
A Melbourne engineering company has settled after being approached for allegedly using Autodesk, Adobe and Microsoft products without a licence, the Business Software Alliance has said.
Bain Capital has announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Australian accounting software vendor MYOB.
Allphones has breached undertakings it gave the Federal Court in 2008, which has led to the court slapping a $45,000 fine on the company.