October 21, 2015 - a day once thought so distant as to hold near-infinite technological promise. Now that it's here, social media fans throughout the world are celebrating our failure to live up to our own expectations.
Some "Back to the Future" predictions have come true, while others remain outlandishly out of reach. That doesn't mean we can't still dream. Which one do you think should be invented next? (21.10.2015)
We who grew up with "Back to the Future" loved Doc's crazy-scientist hair and never dared drive over 88 mph. Now we have to come to the grips that the future is now the past. But our parents hooked up and we still exist. (21.10.2015)
The release of the full-length Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer has sent the Internet into a frenzy. Not surprisingly, not all comments were about the likes of Chewbacca or Luke Skywalker. (20.10.2015)
Activists around the world are fighting to protect Poland's Białowieża Forest, as authorities continue to fell trees despite an EU injunction to stop. Who will win the fight for Europe's last primeval woodland?
Germany's controversial, right-wing populist AfD party is expected to enter parliament following the federal elections. But many of its own voters don't dare publically support their party. With a new social media campaign, the AfD is trying to change that. It's asking its voters to upload selfie videos with messages of support. We talked to one of the first AfD members who did so.
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The father of the gunman expressed his sadness over the attack in Orlando and said his son was "a good guy and well-educated." The video was deleted on his Facebook account just a few hours after it was published.
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