Free Press Journal
  • Google

    5 mn Google usernames, passwords leaked online

    New Delhi :  After Apple’s high profile iCloud fiasco, Google is the latest cybercrime victim with Russian hackers post-ing usernames and passwords of close to five million Google accounts online.

  • Google Glass to detect real-time emotions

    Washington : The new Google Glass will help you accurately detect someone’s age or gender and emotions in real-time, reports ANI.

  • Ultimate seminar organised on career selection

    Petlawad : First time in the Petlawad tehsil, Abhas Jain of the google classes organised a seminar and informed the students about various career options.  During this, Dipesh Gupta, Ashish Bawiskar and Manish Patidar gave detailed information about various fields in the education in which one can make its career and also talked about the career in sports. They interacted with students, gave answers to all their queries, and gave best wishes

  • Google’s new features to make search more personalised

    Taipei: Internet major Google is adding new features to its popular services like search page, maps and youtube to provide more personalised information especially related to day to day lives of its users.

  • Indian entrepreneurs can build next Google: Schmidt

    New York: India’s entrepreneurial innovators have the potential to build the “next Google” if the country “plays its cards right” and ensures Internet access for millions of its citizens, Google’s executive chairman Eric Schmidt has said.

  • Big ads atop Google results point to broken promise

    San Francisco: Google has confirmed that it is dabbling with putting large ads atop search results for brand names in a move seen by some as breaking an old promise.

  • Google launches ‘Product Listing Ads’ in India

    Mumbai: Search engine giant Google today launched a new ad format ‘Product Listing Ads’ in India to provide users information like images, price and brands of products, which will help people shop better both online and offline.

  • Websites case: Court asks ministry official to verify summons

    New Delhi: A Delhi court Friday asked a union home ministry official to appear and verify the forms for serving summons to US-based websites, including Facebook and Google, for allegedly hosting defamatory content on their sites.