Related Videos

  • First look: Razer Blade laptop (2014)

    How to: make Skype calls in your browser

  • How to: replace your Mac Mini hard drive.

    How to: delete your Facebook search history

  • How to: quickly log out of Chromebook

    First look: HP Pavilion x360 hybrid laptop-tablet

  • How to: Get Google Now everywhere

    Microsoft wants all your backups on OneDrive

  • Microsoft announces new CEO

    CES 2014: Day two wrap

  • CES 2014: Epson's BT Smart Glasses

    CES 2014: Day one wrap

  • CES 2014: Project Christine reimagines building your own computer

    CES 2014: Oculus Rift sees improvements

  • CES 2014: Toshiba unveils first 13-inch Chromebook

    CES 2014: LaCie unveils four new hard drives

  • CES 2014: Valve introduces third-party Steam machines

    CES 2014 Press Day wrap

  • Chromebook diaries: one week with Chrome OS

    Alienware 18 teardown

  • Cracking open the Microsoft Surface Pro

    Hotel tech at the QT Sydney

  • Unboxing the TRS-80 Color Computer 2

    Apple MacBook Pro with Retina display (2012, 13-inch)

ACCC 'repair, replace, refund' campaign: know your rights

Do you feel like retailers might not be telling you the whole story on consumer rights? The ACCC is here to help.

Consumer rights can be a tricky business, but the reason they exist is, in large part, to help protect you when a product or service goes bad. Understanding exactly which rights apply under which situation is the hard part, and it isn't in a retailer's interest to make it obvious.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has launched a campaign to improve people's knowledge of their rights — and when you've shelled out thousands of dollars on high-tech gear, it pays to know where you stand. The campaign is called "repair, replace, refund".

Read the full article »


Recently Viewed Products