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Tesco moves into the software market

Discussion in 'News' started by simongrahamuk, Oct 2, 2006.

  1. simongrahamuk
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    simongrahamuk Hmmmmmmm?

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    Tesco Moves into the software market



    Tesco is to launch a range of budget own-brand PC software, in a move that will pitch the grocery giant against the likes of Microsoft and Symantec.

    Tesco said it would offer six packages, including office software, security systems and a photo editing tool.

    Britain's biggest retailer said each title would cost less than £20, challenging what it described as the current "high" price of PC software.

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    1. Mr.Cheeks
      Mr.Cheeks
      Tesco will be taking over the world.... soon
    2. Baba O'Riley
      Baba O'Riley
      Maybe one day they'll launch their own OS. Redmond's next OS...Windows Tesco. Has a nice ring to it don't you think?
    3. Mr.Cheeks
      Mr.Cheeks
      Should be Windows Safeway - that should be secure
    4. hbroomhall
      hbroomhall
      Secure as in non-existant? :biggrin

      Harry.
    5. simongrahamuk
      simongrahamuk
      I got it! :biggrin
    6. Bluerinse
      Bluerinse
      We buy our food in Woolworths, so why not buy your software at Tescos :blink

      Oh I miss Asda :(
    7. Mr.Cheeks
      Mr.Cheeks
      perhaps McD's would start selling slim fast products aswell
    8. Bluerinse
      Bluerinse
      I thought the idea was to throw up immediately after eating McD's at least that's what my stomach believes :D

      Hence they can be used as a slimming aid :oops:
    9. Baba O'Riley
      Baba O'Riley
      Surely the way McDonald's helps you slim is by putting you off eating in the first place?

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