April 21, 2014, 10:45 am
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Boston Marathon security: How can you keep 26.2 miles safe?

CNN - By : Staff Reporting

As 36,000 marathoners get ready to pound the streets of Boston on Monday, authorities have their own mammoth task ahead: trying to keep all 26.2 miles of the course safe.

Officials say they have gone to great lengths to make sure nothing like last year's attacks will happen. - Full Article

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Pope Francis, huge crowd joyously celebrate Easter

Washington Post - By : Staff Reporting

Celebrating Easter Sunday, Christianity’s most joyous and hopeful day, Pope Francis prayed for peace in Ukraine and Syria and for an end to the terrorist attacks in Nigeria that have targeted many Christians.

More than 150,000 tou...


Pope: Urbi et Orbi

Washington Post - By : Staff Reporting

The following is the text of the Vatican’s official English-language translation of Pope Francis’ Easter Sunday “Urbi et Orbi” (Latin for ‘to the city and to the world’) read by him in Italian from the centra...


Separatists disarm or a new round of sanctions in store

Washington Post - By : Staff Reporting

Not until the final minutes of more than seven hours of negotiating was an agreement struck in Geneva this week to calm boiling tensions along the shared border between Russia and Ukraine.

But the deal won’t be sealed until its t...



Samsung slugs it out with Apple for consumers

USA Today - By : Staff Reporting

In the South Korean industrial town of Gumi, about a 45-minute helicopter ride southeast of here, Samsung Electronics factory workers, nearly all of them young women, are methodically applying the finishing touches on Galaxy S5s.

The launch of Samsung's newest flagship smartphone on April 11 was a little over a week away, and though most of the Galaxy S5 manufacturing process in the factory is automated, workers on this day were putting the backs of AT&T Galaxy S5 phones on or manually removing the stickers on certain tiny components. - Full Article




Why Google isnt growing

The Times of India - By : Staff Reporting

Google CEO Larry Page can be forgiven for being in a bad mood this weekend. On his company's Q1 2014 earnings call, his people delivered what he thought would be good news: revenues of $15.4 billion, up 19%.

Very, very few business can deliver 20% growth on billions in revenues.

By any measure, Google is on fire as a company. - Full Article



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