Today BBC News reported that Amazon has struck a deal which will see its Kindle owners able to borrow e-books from libraries in the US. The retail giant has teamed up with Overdrive, which is already offering e-book lending to over 10,000 US libraries. This new system will allow library members to download e-book titles from the library website for a three week period, after which the title will be automatically deleted from the user's Kindle software. Overdrive operates in the UK, but Amazon has not yet confirmed if this new system will include UK users. Read the complete article from BBC News.