Free Press Journal
  • Sonali Bendre death hoax: BJP politician Ram Kadam apologises for posting fake news

    Ever since Bollywood actress Sonali Bendre announced about her battle with the cancer, her fans have stood for her in this tough time. What has left everyone shocked and embarrassed is the fake news of her death. The news started circulating on Twitter and What’s App. BJP MLA Ram Kadam was recently in the line of fire for his statements about kidnapping girls for boys, recently he tweeted about Sonali Bendre’s death

  • Twitter permanently bans far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones

    Washington: Twitter on Thursday said it had permanently banned Alex Jones, the far-right conspiracy theorist best known for calling the 9/11 attacks an inside job and describing the Sandy Hook school massacre as a hoax.

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    Akshay Kumar’s co-star Trisha Krishnan slams her Twitter follower for disrespecting other actors

    Trisha Krishnan, who is known for some unconventional roles in films, undoubtedly has an immense fan following. It is also true that the film fraternity is a competitive industry and there can be many actors who are touted to be rivals owing to the competition. But Trisha is definitely not someone who would pull someone else down for her own popularity. And this time around, she proved

  • Facebook users faces brief outage after ‘networking issues’

    Washington: Facebook users around the world reported the social network was briefly inaccessible Monday, with many taking to Twitter to voice their frustration. Reports of issues on the downdetector.com website began around 2100 GMT, with users particularly affected in North America and Europe.

  • Twitter plans to roll out ‘threaded conversations’, ‘who is online’ feature

    San Francisco: Twitter is planning to roll out threaded conversations like Facebook along with status indicators — showing who else is online among your followers — on its platform. In a tweet, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said on Friday that the micro-blogging platform will soon get interesting updates.

  • US President Donald Trump accuses Google of rigged search results about him

    Washington: President Donald Trump is accusing Google and other US tech companies of rigging search results about him “so that almost all stories & news is BAD” – and though he is offering no evidence, a top adviser says the White House is “taking a look” at whether Google should face federal regulation. Google is pushing back sharply, saying Trump’s claim simply wasn’t true: “We never rank search results to manipulate political sentiment.”

  • Twitterati react to TIME magazine’s latest cover which shows US president Donald Trump drowning in Oval Office

    Time magazine has again put US President Donald Trump on their cover. The latest cover, shows Trump in the Oval office, the office is flooded with water. Times shared this cover on twitter which was captioned “In Deep”. The magazine cover for this week is a continuation of a three part series which shows the problems surrounding the Oval Office.

  • Twitter ends support for iOS 9 or older versions of iPhone and iPad

    San Francisco: Micro-blogging site Twitter is ending support for all iPhone and iPad users who are running iOS 9 or older versions of the operating system. According to a message in the app’s update text in its latest App Store released this week, only those users running iOS 10 or higher will continue to have a supported mobile client.

  • Kerala Rains: Bangalore-based journalist raises Rs 9 lakh in two days on Twitter for flood relief

    Mumbai: A Bangalore-based journalist, Sandhya Menon, has raised Rs 8.9 lakh in less than two days’ time. She got random strangers to trust her with their money and this is because Menon is keeping the whole process transparent, she revealed. “I have uploaded all the images of the bills and receipts of the items that I have purchased for flood-affected people of Kerala. The first group of trucks has already gone to

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    Twitter launches special emoji for Akshay Kumar’s ‘Gold’

    Mumbai: Twitter today launched a special emoji for Bollywood star Akshay Kumar’s upcoming film “Gold”, which is scheduled to release on Independence Day. People will be able to tweet about the film with GoldMovie or #Gold2018  to use the specially designed emoji curated by Twitter.

  • Twitter users unable to automatically post tweets to Facebook

    San Francisco: With Facebook cutting off access to its API platform for hundreds of thousands of apps, Twitter users are no longer able to tweet and retweet automatically on their connected Facebook accounts.

  • Facebook calls for entire tech industry for protection of users’ data

    San Francisco: Facing an intense public scrutiny over data leaks amid privacy concerns, Facebook has now called for the entire tech industry to come and protect people’s data. According to David Baser, Director of Product Management at Facebook, nearly every day, news comes out from a different company about personal data that got into the wrong hands.

  • Abhishek Bachchan may not be a great actor, but he’s a brilliant troll-shutter; Latest proof

    Abhishek Bachchan is one of Twitter’s favourite actors when it comes to trolling. But he is popular for pinning down the trolls who mock at him for unnecessary reason. And this is something he did recently too. Twitter users targetted Bachchan Jr for spending money on vacations without signing any film in the last three years. A Twitter user had written, “Not worked for last 3 years

  • Vivek Oberoi pokes fun at his buddies ‘gossiping’ in gym; See Twitter pic

    Actor Vivek Oberoi, who is currently judging the kids’ talent show India’s Best Dramebaaz, recently took to social media to poke fun at his female friends who come to the same gym. The Shootout at Lokhandwala actor tweeted a picture in which we see two women standing on the treadmill in a conversation.

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    John Abraham to produce ‘Batla House’

    New Delhi: John Abraham is all set to produce his upcoming movie, ‘Batla House‘ with Bhushan Kumar and Nikkhil Advani. Nikkhil Advani will also direct the film.