After receiving the hospital pass that was taking over from Sir
Anyway, we will get to see some of the thinking behind Clarke's digital acquisitions this week, when Tesco unveils its own tablet computer. It will be called the Hudl - which generously provides the City's army of biting satirists with an easy renaming option if the launch goes wrong - and the plan seems to be to use the device to provide a digital version of a Tesco store that customers can carry in their rucksacks.
So, the betting is you'll get a cheap Android device costing less than pounds 100, on which you'll be encouraged to order groceries and download films and books - although possibly not the business tome Management in 10 Words, penned by one T Leahy.
Tesco is launching the Hudl budget tablet.
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