News@10: Anonymous Attacks Tunisian Government Sites, Carphone Warehouse Offers 1p Phone & Superfast Broadband

Internet gathering Anonymous has declared war against the Tunisian government after the country tried to block access to leaked WikiLeaks cables.

Carphone Warehouse has released the ultra low cost Alcatel OT 209 mobile phone. Described as the “ultimate bargain”, the phone is available for just one penny after buying a £10 top-up on the brand new Talkmobile Pay As You Go Essentials tariff.

Telecom analyst firm PointTopic has predicted that the total number of telephone lines supporting super-fast broadband will rise from only 45,000 in 2010 to over 600,000 by the end of 2011, as BT and the UK government strive to update the country's broadband infrastructure.

Amazon is gearing up to launch a Kindle app for tablet devices running Google's Android operating system and Windows. The company already offers a dedicated Kindle app for Android-based smartphones, that allows users to sync their phones with the PC Kindle app and the Kindle device itself, as well as giving access to the Kindle book store.

A recent report by Which? has revealed that video games lose value more quickly than cars after being sold.