Free Press Journal
  • 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”.

  • Human-sounding Google Assistant sparks ethics questions

    San Francisco:  The new Google digital assistant converses so naturally it may seem like a real person.  The unveiling of the natural-sounding robo-assistant by the tech giant this week wowed some observers, but left others fretting over the ethics of how the human-seeming software might be used. Google chief Sundar Pichai played a recording of the Google Assistant independently calling a hair salon and a restaurant to make bookings — interacting with

  • Google may launch new Android controls to manage phone usage

    San Francisco: To help users manage time spend on Android mobile devices, Google may launch a new set of controls to its operating system at its annual developer conference “Google I/O” scheduled to kick-off on Tuesday. In his keynote address in US’ Mountain View city in California, Indian-origin Chief Executive Officer of Google, Sundar Pichai, was expected to emphasise the theme of responsibility, The Washington Post reported late on Monday.

  • Google offers $3 million in grants for Indian non-profits

    New Delhi: In its effort to bridge the learning gap in India, – Google’s philanthropic arm, on Thursday announced additional grants of USD 3 million to Central Square Foundation and The Teacher App.

  • Google ties up with CBSE for results, exam-related info

    New Delhi: Tech giant Google on Monday said it has collaborated with Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to allow students check their results on its platform. “Starting today with the JEE Main exam results, the CBSE is enabling students to look up exam results directly on the Google Search page,” Google said in a statement.

  • Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani claims that Narad was a man of information like Google

    Days after Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb’s bizzare claim that internet existed in the days of Mahabharata, another Chief Minister from BJP has made another bizarre claim. Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, on Sunday, compared Internet search engine Google to the likes of mythological sage Narad.

  • Google celebrates Dadasaheb Phalke’s birthday with Doodle

    New Delhi: Google on Monday dedicated its creative doodle to mark the 148th birth anniversary of the father of Indian Cinema Dhundiraj Govind Phalke, popularly known as Dadasaheb Phalke. Born on April 30, 1870, in Trimbak, Phalke gave Indian Cinema its first silent film, ‘Raja Harishchandra’ in 1913 with special effects, making it a huge hit.

  • Google celebrates Mahadevi Varma with doodle

    New Delhi: Google on Friday celebrated Hindi poet, freedom fighter, woman’s rights activist and educationist Mahadevi Varma through its doodle. On this date, in 1982, Varma received the Jnanpith Award for her outstanding contributions to Indian literature.

  • Google unveils its standalone task management app

    New York: Tech giant Google announced the launch of a new standalone app called Google Tasks, which will enable users to create their own to-do lists, thereby improving productivity.

  • US lawmakers, IT firms against ending work permit to spouses

    Without the H-4 work authorisation rule, spouses of H-1B high-skilled employees would be unable to work legally and contribute financially to their households and communities, as well as pay taxes on their wages, unless they had alternate immigration avenues for work authorisation.

  • US lawmakers and IT industry against ending work permit to H-4 visa holders

    Washington: Influential lawmakers and representative of the American IT industry, including Facebook, have opposed the Trump administration’s proposed plan to withdraw work permits to H-4 visa holders, who are spouses of H-1B visa holders. “Rescinding this rule and removing tens of thousands of people from the American workforce would be devastating to their families, and would hurt our economy,” Silicon Valley-based FWD.US, which was founded by top IT companies like Facebook, Google