Free Press Journal
  • Bhambri to meet Thompson in Chennai Open tennis final

    Chennai : India’s Yuki Bhambri, seeded two, on Friday set up a final clash with No.1 seed Jordan Thompson of Australia in the Chennai Open ATP Challenger tennis tournament here.

  • Australia set record run chase to beat Black Caps

    Auckland : Australia completed the highest run chase in Twenty20 history to beat New Zealand by five wickets and maintain their unbeaten record in the T20 tri-series in Auckland on Friday.

  • Australian leaders open hostile rift over office affair 

    Canberra : Australia’s prime minister and his deputy have criticised each other in an open and hostile rift over politically damaging revelations that the deputy is expecting a baby with a former press secretary.

  • Chawla stuns top seed Advani; Mehta survives Yasin scare

    Mumbai : Top seed Pankaj Advani and third seed Sumit Talwar of Punjab crashed out in the second round of the of the Rs 12.25 lakh prize-money CCI All India Open Snooker Championship, and played at the CCI’s Wilson Jones Billiards Room on Friday.

  • Can offline expansion bring growth for smartphones in India?

    Are all smartphones in India sold online? Not really. This is something which should come as a surprise to the cyber-savvy buyers of gadgets and gizmos. A study from Google, published in 2012 but still relevant, says that 70 per cent of Indians decide about the brand and variant during an online search before going to a retail store. Although the study was done in major cities and would have sampled a

  • Google voice assistant sees 6-fold growth in JioPhones

    New Delhi : Google Voice Assistant, made available On Reliance JioPhones in December 2017, has seen a six-fold growth in its usage, the company has announced. In a move to empower feature phone users in the country, Google on December 5, announced to bring its Voice Assistant on Reliance JioPhone. This was the first time that Voice Assistant was made available in any feature phone. “Since we launched the Google Assistant on

  • US slams Russia for ‘most destructive, costly cyber-attack’

    Washington : The US has slammed Russia for “the most destructive and costly cyber attack in history” that crippled computers worldwide and said it “will be met with international consequences”, media reports said.