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Three UK Offers Free Tech Gadgets with Unlimited Data Plans

Friday, April 9th, 2021 (8:37 am) – Score 1,464

Mobile operator Three UK has today kicked off what they’re calling the “Big Tech Giveaway,” which as the name suggests means that new customers taking one of their latest unlimited data (mobile broadband) tariffs and selected handset bundles will also receive a free gadget – ranging from smartwatches to smart speakers etc.

At present this only seems to apply to 24-month plans that come with either the Samsung S20 FE 5G, Samsung Galaxy A52 5G, Google Pixel 4A, Xiaomi Mi 11 or OnePlus 9 Pro 5G phone. Customers who

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Modesto Chamber of Commerce, Bay Valley Tech and Valley Sierra SBDC to Host Eric Vaughn of One Eleven at Monthly Central Valley Tech Event

Our goal is to help our clients accomplish fantastic things through online marketing, typically starting with a new website or a website redesign project and evolving into a long-term relationship.”

— Eric Vaughn

MODESTO, CALIFORNIA, U.S., April 9, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Eric Vaughn, president of One Eleven will be the guest speaker for this month’s Tech Connect. After spending 17 years in sales in the

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Why Value Tech Stocks Hit The Sweet Spot In The Current Market

Our theme of Value Tech Stocks has outperformed this year, rising by about 13% year-to-date, compared to the Nasdaq-100 which is up by just about 6% over the same period. The theme includes stocks from the tech sector that have a market cap of over $10 billion, trading at a trailing price to earnings multiple of under 20x. With

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P&G Worked With China Trade Group on Tech to Sidestep Apple Privacy Rules

Procter & Gamble Co. helped develop a technique being tested in China to gather iPhone data for targeted ads, a step intended to give companies a way around Apple Inc.’s new privacy tools, according to people familiar with the matter.

The move is part of a broader effort by the consumer-goods giant to prepare for an era in which new rules and consumer preferences limit the amount of data available to marketers. P&G —among the world’s largest advertisers, with brands such as Gillette razors and Charmin toilet paper—is the biggest Western company involved in the effort, the people said.


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How Hot Is Ad Tech? According To LUMA, It’s Raining Billion-Dollar Transactions

Seven ad tech companies made transactions valued at over $1 billion in the first quarter of 2021 – double the amount that’s happened in the past few years combined.

“We’ve got a perfect storm here of different forces lining up, which created such a strong quarter,” said Conor McKenna, LUMA Partners director. The ad tech investment banking firm LUMA tallied up recent deals in its Q1 2021 Market Report last week.

Multiple paths to get to $1 billion exist: IPOs, SPACs and acquisitions – often by public companies flush with cash from spiking valuations.

In Q1, those billion-dollar transactions included

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Bridging the Global Internet Gap, Addressing Russian Counterspace Advances and Europe’s Place in U.S.-Chinese Tech Competition

This week in Washington IP news, both houses of Congress remain quiet during their regularly scheduled work periods. Among policy institutes, the Center for Strategic & International Studies hosts a pair of events exploring ways to address Russian and Chinese advances in anti-satellite capabilities, as well as efforts to leverage the use of remote conferencing technologies in vogue during the COVID-19 pandemic to address the broadband Internet gap in developing nations. The Information Technology & Innovation Foundation will host an event exploring policy recommendations from last October’s digital antitrust report from the House Antitrust Subcommittee, and the Hudson Institute will

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