By Eric LimerPopular Mechanics
From Popular Mechanics
In 2015, with Internet Explorer a dead browser walking, Microsoft stepped back into the web browser wars with the speedy new Microsoft Edge. Built around a revamped and tuned-up version of the engine that powered Microsoft’s web browsers since the late 1990s, Edge was meant to challenge the Google’s hegemonic Chrome, potentially sparking a new browser war from which surfers everywhere would benefit.… Read Full Article
By Theo MERZ, Anna SMOLCHENKOAFP
Moscow (AFP) – A defiant Vladimir Putin on Wednesday threatened to develop nuclear missiles banned under a treaty with the United States after Washington gave Moscow a deadline to comply with the key arms control agreement.… Read Full Article
(Bloomberg) — U.S. President Donald Trump said China is sending “very strong signals” following weekend trade discussions in Argentina, as uncertainty remains over what commitments were made between the two nations.
“Not to sound naive or anything, but I believe President Xi meant every word of what he said at our long and hopefully historic meeting,” Trump said on Twitter Wednesday.… Read Full Article
By Kat Begonja, The Brainy Penny
After gaining its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991, expats have been flocking to this geographically diverse country, with a warm Mediterranean climate, beautiful mountains, and Adriatic coasts, this little country has something for everyone.
You can easily travel to places like Paris, Berlin, or Venice or check out the surrounding areas of Serbia, Hungary, and Montenegro.… Read Full Article