The Amazon Kindle eBook reader is now available at all Best Buy UK stores and around 400 Carphone Warehouse shops as well. Pricing is the same as buying the device directly from Amazon; £111 for the WiFi-only version or £152 for the WiFi/3G Kindle.
Best Buy’s US operation has been offering the Kindle since last year.
BSkyB, BT, O2, TalkTalk, Three, Virgin Media and Vodafone have all committed to providing better and more easily comparable information to consumers about traffic management. It's a voluntary agreement that's been arranged by the Broadband Stakeholder Group.
The participating companies account for around 90% of all fixed-line broadband customers and 60% of all mobile broadband customers in the UK.
The Washington Post reports that version 4.3 of the iOS Apple operating system has introduced new security for purchases made within an iPhone, iPad or iPod application. It follows complaints that children were inadvertently spending real money to buy in-app features and virtual currency.
Previous versions of iOS didn't require passwords to be entered for in-game purchases made within 15 minutes of an application purchase.