Free Press Journal
  • We’re leading PC gaming market in India says HP

    New Delhi: At a time when PC manufacturers are pushing boundaries in launching Next-Gen gaming products, HP Inc has become the leading PC gaming brand in India, a top company executive said here on Thursday.

  • Mobile device adoption at workplace not yet mature

    Mumbai: Mobile device adoption at the workplace is not yet mature as desktops are still the most popular corporate device among people in offices, a new survey has found, says IANS. “Although 80 per cent of workers surveyed received one or more corporate-issued devices, desktops are still the most popular corporate device among businesses, with more than half of workers receiving corporate-issued desktop PCs,” the survey by market research firm Gartner revealed.

  • India down Malaysia

    Melbourne : Nikkin Thimmaiah scored a brace as the Indian men’s hockey team got the better of Malaysia 4-2 to register its first win in the round robin encounter of the 4 Nations Invitational tournament on Thursday.

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    Worldwide pc shipment decline

    The overall PC shipment for the first quarter of 2016 stood at 1.99 million units — registering a decline of 20.8 percent (quarter on quarter) over Q4 2015 and decline of 7.8 percent over Q1 2015 (year on year), the market intelligence and advisory services International Data Corporation (IDC) said on Thursday.

  • Priyanka cannot forget Lara….

    A presenter at the Oscars, a People’s Choice Award under her belt, and now an invitation to the annual White House Correspondents’ dinner that would be attended by US President Barack Obama and the First Lady Michelle Obama! And yet Priyanka Chopra isn’t getting swept away by all the attention. Instead she remembers what a support her beauty pageant contemporary and friend Lara Dutta was right from the very start.

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    The insult that provoked Priyanka…

    As a newcomer starting out in the harsh City of Dreams, there’s much that a newbie has to experience – most of it hurtful, even insulting. Priyanka Chopra was no different. She recalls how a certain big producer once bluntly told her that girls in Bollywood are interchangeable. That affected her badly.