Free Press Journal
  • Google celebrates India’s 1st recording artist Gauhar Jaan’s 145th birth anniversary

    New Delhi: Known to be among the first performers to record music on 78 rpm records, Gauhar Jaan’s 145th birth anniversary has been marked by search engine giant Google through a doodle. The legendary musician and dancer was born in Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh as Angelina Yeoward. Her father was Armenian and her mother Victoria Hemmings was an Indian by birth.

  • Google announces training programme for journalists

    New Delhi: Technology giant Google today announced the launch of a training programme for journalists, aimed at raising awareness against misinformation and providing new tools to the fourth estate against fake news.

  • Google to invest USD 550 million in China e-commerce giant

    Beijing: Google will invest more than half a billion dollars in China’s second-largest e-commerce company as part of a move to expand retail services around the world, the companies said today. The announcement comes as US giant is pushing Google Shopping, a platform allowing customers to compare prices between different sellers, which poses a challenge to Amazon.

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    You won’t believe! This Race 3 actor is the ‘worst’ Bollywood actor, according to Google

    The much-awaited film of 2018 Race 3 has finally hit the screen last Friday, however, the multi-starrer has got negative reviews from critics despite getting an overwhelming response from the masses. Released on the occasion of Eid 2018, Race 3 has been termed as a film of poor performances, senseless dialogues and cringe-worthy songs among many other reasons. However, now the Google has come up with yet

  • FIFA 2018: Google Search to help people follow World Cup matches in real-time

    San Francisco: To help people follow the World Cup matches in real time and see highlights on their phones, Google Search has rolled out new features designed to treat football fans around the world to a “new immersive experience” that includes group tables, statistics, and trending players. “Looking forward to the updated Search experience for soccer, just in time for the World Cup,” Google CEO Sundar Pichai tweeted late on Friday.

  • Google to dissolve the old Gmail design soon

    San Francisco: Google has introduced an “early adopter programme (EAP)” for its newly designed Gmail with features like Gmail offline and nudging.

  • Google blames Wikipedia for linking California GOP to Nazism

    San Francisco: Google is blaming “vandalism” at Wikipedia for search results that incorrectly said the ideology of the California Republican Party included “Nazism.” The results appeared in a Google information box screen-captured by Vice Media on Thursday.  Google quickly removed the section on ideology.

  • Google Doodle honours Danish chemist Sorensen who introduced pH scale

    New Delhi: Google on Tuesday celebrated Danish chemist Soren Peder Lauritz Sorensen who introduced the pH scale to the world with an interactive Doodle. Sorensen’s method of expressing acidity — the negative logarithm of hydrogen ion concentration (pH) — still has a wide range of real-world uses.

  • Data Leaks: Google, Facebook face over $9 bn in fines under GDPR

    San Francisco: Withing hours of the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) taking effect on Friday, technology giants Google and Facebook have been hit with privacy complaints that could carry fines of up to $9.3 billion in total, a media report said.

  • Elon Musk ‘exactly wrong’ on AI: Ex-Google chief

    San Francisco, Tesla and SpaceX Founder Elon Musk’s skepticism about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its impact on human beings is “exactly wrong,” former Google CEO Eric Schmidt has said. Musk thinks that AI is bad for humanity and may spark World War III. “I think Elon is exactly wrong” about AI, Schmidt said during the “VivaTech” conference in Paris on Friday. “Musk is concerned about the possible misuse of this technology and

  • Amazon, Google lead global smart speaker market, Apple fourth

    London: Amazon and Google accounted for 70 percent share of the global smart speaker shipments in the first quarter of 2018, with Apple selling 600,000 HomePods in the period, a new report said on Friday.

  • CBSE board exam results 2018: Soon students can check results directly on Google

    Good news for Class 10 and 12 students soon they will be able to check their results of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) examinations on Google search this year. Students can check their results quickly by visiting the Google website and searching for CBSE Class 10 or CBSE Class 12 result.

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    LOL! Uday Chopra trolled as ‘Rahul Gandhi Of Bollywood’ for ‘Googled’ tweet on Karnataka Elections results

    Currently, the entire nation is debating on Karnataka assembly election results. However, social media platform has explored something weird during that period. Like many others, Bollywood actor Uday Chopra took to Twitter to share some of his observations on the 2018 Karnataka elections. However, he reportedly became a victim of severe trolling for the same, and got tagged as ‘

  • Google search for ‘Pappu’ leads to Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi : Google may have been confused last month over who the first Prime Minister of India was, but now a simple search for the name “Pappu” leads to results related to Rahul Gandhi.

  • Google Drive gets new storage plans, reduced prices

    California: Google wants you to go beyond the default 15 GB free storage. The company has launched new set of plans nicknamed Google One which offer you more storage. Google One comes with a new family sharing option. Similar to iCloud, it allows you to share a plan with up to six family members, each having their own private storage areas, Engadget reported.

  • Google rolls out Assistant’s new voices in United States

    San Francisco: A day after Google announced the addition of six new voices to its Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered Assistant, users in the US can now change the voices of their assistants, a media report said. Google at its annual developer conference Google I/O on Tuesday announced that people would soon have a choice of choosing from six voices, including one of musician John Legend, to talk to “Google Assistant”.