Free Press Journal
  • Apple adds new features to its music creation apps

    New York: Apple has updated its music creation apps – Garage Band – for iOS 2.2 and Logic Pro X 10.3 – with  new features for music makers on iPhone, iPad and Mac. “Music has always been part of Apple’s DNA, and we are excited to deliver yet another fun and powerful update to our music creation apps, GarageBand for iOS and Logic Pro X,” said Susan Prescott, Vice President, Applications Product

  • What to expect from Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2017!

    In its 18th year, Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) unveiled its line-up of shows, designers and creative presentations and concepts which prompts creativity and diversity in a digital curtain raiser on its social media portal today.

  • Learning Mandarin may give kids a head start in music

    New York: Want your children to have enhanced perception of pitch in music? Give them Mandarin lessons, a study suggests. The study has suggested that learning Mandarin – a tonal language – may learn to identify the subtle changes in pitch to convey the intended outcome, even before formal training and at a much earlier age than previously thought.

  • Soon, ‘green’ shopping bags made from shrimp shells

    London: Biodegradable shopping bags made from shrimp shells may prove to be a ‘green’ alternative to oil-based plastics, and can also be used as food packaging material to extend product shelf life, scientists say.

  • Buy Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 at Rs 9,999 from January 23

    After the huge success of Redmi Note 3 and 3 s prime Xiaomi has introduce its new mobile Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 in India, It is a higher version of Redmi Note 3 and it will be available in India from January 23 at 12 pm on flipkart and Xiaomi is known for its budget phones with good specifications at low price.

  • Alibaba becomes worldwide Olympic partner through 2028

    Davos: Chinese online giant Alibaba today became the worldwide Olympic partner through 2028 after signing the first long-term partnership with International Olympic Committee.

  • Mumbai: Bombay HC directs govt to de-seal Eros theatre building

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today directed the Maharashtra government to de-seal forthwith the Cambata building in south Mumbai which houses the Eros theatre while observing that the sealing order was “arbitrary and issued without proper application of mind”.

  • If a character works, industry will only offer you that: Ronit Roy

    Mumbai: Be it a strict father in “Udaan” or a villainous cop in “Boss”, Ronit Roy, who has often played the bad guy in films, says the industry offers similar roles to an actor which he has performed well in the past.

  • IS kills 12 people in Syria’s Palmyra city

    Damascus: The Islamic State (IS) terror group has killed 12 people in different parts of the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra, including its famous Roman theatre, the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights (SOHR) said on Thursday.

  • Paul McCartney sues Sony to reclaim Beatles song rights

    New York: Beatles legend Paul McCartney has filed a lawsuit against Sony/ATV Music Publishing seeking to regain the copyright of many of his compositions for The Beatles in the 1960s and 1970s.

  • Sidhu has joined Congress without any pre-conditions: Amarinder Singh

    Amritsar: Coming together for the first time after cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu joined the Congress, Punjab Congress President Amarinder Singh on Thursday said that Sidhu had joined the party without any pre-conditions.