If you’re paying monthly instead of annually for your Amazon Prime membership, it’s going to cost you a bit more each month. Amazon will be raising the price by $2 per month starting on February 18, and the change applies to both new and existing customers.
Microsoft is bringing a wave of new features to Xbox One in its next update. These are all the confirmed expected changes so far, ahead of its public release.
The UK government is cracking on with plans for a digital mortgage service to be launched this year, which will allow borrowers to sign mortgage deeds online via the Government Digital Service’s deeply flawed Verify identity programme.
One of Microsoft’s Windows 10 goals has been to replace the legacy Windows 10 Control Panel with the new Windows Settings app. There has been consistent efforts in small areas for this project but that process got a fresh kick start last week with the release of Redstone 4 Build 17074.
Nearly 3,500 council-maintained road bridges have a greater risk of collapse, new figures have revealed today.
Newly released Government figures show that road maintenance spending by councils is at the lowest level it has been in 10 years.
For years, consumers have been buying products online through the experience provided to them by big brands. This includes things like quick ordering, payment and delivery options. In economic theory, this is called a frictionless market, or a marketplace that doesn’t have transaction costs. Basically, it’s just a fancy way to say nonhuman online interactions.