Shoppers are now able to buy their groceries on the move following the launch of a new service from The online grocer has teamed up with software giant Microsoft and launched Tesco Access, which allows users of handheld computers and WAP phones to shop online. A Tesco spokesman said it hoped the provision of an extra channel would enhance the online experience for customers and also attract new users that did not have time to access the site through existing channels. The company receives 70,000 online orders a week in a market analysts expect to swell to over £1.2bn across Europe within two years. John Browett, CEO of, said: "Since the launch of Tesco Access, our customers can shop any time, any place on any device, whether through the internet, digital TV, or pocket PCs." - See mobile technology feature on page 36 {{NEWS }}