Free Press Journal
  • Coolest gadgets spotted at CES 2017

    Many cool, new gadgets were debuted at CES 2017 including the latest and greatest televisions, the proliferation of autonomous driving, the upcoming augmented reality headsets and a variety of interesting robots, drones and other gadgets. Of course, with the cool technology comes the strange, like new innovations in smart clothing, internet-connected pet gadgets, bug zappers and grill cleaners.

  • President Trump signs first bill into law

    Washington D.C: White House press secretary Sean Spicer said that President Donald Trump has signed his first bill into law that would allow retired General James Mattis to serve as defense secretary by waiving the legal requirement that he be out of the military for seven years before doing so.

  • Goa: EC censures Arvind Kejriwal for bribe remark at poll rally

    New Delhi: The Election Commission of India (ECI) has censured Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Admi Party Convenor Arvind Kejriwal for violating the provisions of the Model Code of Conduct, warning him of stern action in case of similar violations.

  • My kids can’t escape my stardom: Hrithik Roshan

    New Delhi: Hollywood star Ben Affleck feels bothered when his children’s personal space is invaded. “Suits” actor Gabriel Macht also wants his children to grow up in a world where the spotlight isnt on their father. But Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan wants his two sons to tackle everything — good or bad — that comes with his stardom, and not “shy away from it”.

  • Reliance Jio extends its free internet and calling offer to June 30th

    The fastest growing networks Reliance Jio has giving free calling and Internet till 31st March to its users, but know all the subscribers of Jio can access to free calling and internet by paying nominal charge of Rs 100 according to report published in Economic Times.

  • 16 killed in Italy bus accident

    Rome: At least 16 people were killed and 39 others injured on Saturday in a bus accident in the city of Verona, according to rescue officials.

  • Trump ditches Android, may get highly secured iPhone

    New York: As Donald Trump stepped into a high-security ring after he took the oath to become the 45th US President, one of the things he was forced to do was to ditch his Android smartphone for a “potentially modified iPhone”.