Free Press Journal
  • Teenagers are leaving Facebook: Survey

    New York : Facebook is less popular among teenagers in the US than last year, says a survey, adding that 88 per cent of teenagers now use the social network against 94 per cent last year. The website is also losing popularity among all other age groups, CNET reported.

  • UK mother jailed for FB terror posts

    London : A court in London sentenced a woman for a five years and three months jail term for posting extremist information on Facebook and WhatsApp, BBC reported Friday, according to IANS.

  • Trans-Harbour Line To Get First Security Team

    Mumbai : A year after, Aarti Gholapkar a resident of Dombivali was knocked out of a moving train and robbed on the tracks at Ghansoli, the trans-harbour line will get its first security team from Wednesday.

  • Divorce Case

    WhatsApp behind half of Italian divorce cases: Attorney group

    Rome: Almost half of the divorce cases in Italy rely at least in part on information gathered through the instant messaging service WhatsApp, according to the Italian Association of Matrimonial Lawyers.

  • Now, Android Users Can Disable Whatsapp ‘Blue Ticks’

    London : A week after Whatsapp introduced “read receipts” feature in the form of two blue ticks, it has immediately stepped in and introduced another feature to disable it, reports ANI.

  • Solving The Whatsapp Blue Ticks Mystery

    New York : Whatsapp has now introduced blue tick marks, which show users that their messages have been read, says IANS.

  • The Next WhatsApp

    Hyderabad: Indians have it in their DNA to build the next WhatsApp for the world, a top company official said here on Tuesday. “While Indians, thanks to their propensity for hard work and great ideas, have this DNA in them, naturally, what is missing is the ecosystem to leverage it,” said Neeraj Arora, vice president for business development at WhatsApp, the world’s most successful mobile messenger service. Arora, an alumnus of the

  • ACB uses social media to expose rot in system

    Bhayandar : Thane unit of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has rolled out social media initiatives to mark its week-long ‘Anti-Corruption Vigilance Awareness Campaign’ which started off on October 27.

  • MBA 2nd semester paper leak rumour rocks DAVV

    Indore : Two hours before exam on Thursday, MBA second semester paper allegedly leaked and circulated among students through mobile application Whatsapp!

  • EU clears Facebook-WhatsApp deal

    Brussels:  European Union regulators cleared the buyout of the WhatsApp mobile messaging service by Facebook, despite opposition by telecom companies afraid of the growing power of US technology giants.  In a statement explaining its approval of the USD 19 billon (15-billion-euro) deal, the European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, said Facebook and WhatsApp were “not close competitors” and that consumers would continue to have a “wide array of choices”.

  • Students with 75% attendance to get smartphones for free

    Indore : To bring Government college students to the classroom, the Department of Higher Education has announced to give smartphones free of cost to first year students whose attendance will be at least 75 percent in Session 2014-15.

  • WhatsApp to soon launch free voice calling feature

    New York : If media reports are to be believed, mobile messaging service WhatsApp is set to launch a free voice calling feature for its 600 million active users.

  • Class XII student files rape complaint

    Indore : A case of rape has come to light when a girl of class 12 lodged a complaint against a youth at Lasudia Police Station on Tuesday. The victim informed police that the accused blackmailed her for making her obscene photo viral on Whatsapp. Police have registered a case against the accused and started an investigation. According to Lasudia police, the girl lodged a complaint against a youth, resident of Scheme

  • Indian men want women to propose

    New Delhi : Traditionally, it’s the guys who pop the question to take a relationship forward but an increasing number of Indian men now prefer if women make the first move, according to a survey, says IANS.

  • Why most people are not downloading apps

    New York : Most apps are free and even when these come with a price tag, the amount is nominal. Even then, people are not downloading them. Why?

  • Whatsapp for rly passengers’ complaints

    BHOPAL : Bhopal divisional railway has launched a new facility to receive suggestions and complaints of passengers through Whatsapp on Tuesday.

  • Chat apps now more popular than the humble sms

    London: For the first time, instant messaging on chat apps, such as WhatsApp, has overtaken the traditional SMS text message, according to new research.