A group of migrants caused an Ebola scare at a tourist spot on Canary Islands that is also known as “a nudist beach.” Reports said a fishing boat landed Wednesday on a Maspalomas beach in the Canary Islands, filled with 19 undocumented travelers who are reportedly from Sierra Leone and Guinea.

Massachusetts health officials seem to have opened their eyes to a future of peace and harmony as Boston is about to open doors of the first formal marijuana dispensary in the state. Although a rarity at the moment, it doesn’t seem to be staying that way too long as approval has been granted for another 11 dispensaries to open throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

A new harassment reporting tool is being integrated into popular microblogging site Twitter in an attempt to hold anonymous hate-slingers more accountable.

According to the US Department of Agriculture, the tiny emerald ash borer of glitter-green colour that has come from China and has threatened ash trees in the East is in the United States now. As revealed by the department the ash borer has hit North America.

A new extension for Google’s Chrome web browser adds even more functionality for the Google Drive cloud-based storage system.

A new app for smart phones (smartphones) allows the user to manage their smartphone with hand gestures. This development extends the range of potential interactions with such devices.

The Galaxy Note Edge, a new smart phone developed by Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung that features an innovative curved screen, will go on sale in the United States on November 14.

The Antarctic ozone hole remains at the same size as North America, the new data from NASA shows. Scientists previously expected to reduce in size quickly when the use of ozone-depleting chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) substances were banned 27 years ago, but it remains the same level as it is in 2010 to 2013.

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has initiated its Asteroid Redirect Mission, an important first step in sending astronauts on trips to Mars in the future.

In a rare event that showcases that Facebook may actually be listening to the concerns of its users, the social media giant has provided a custom Tor link for users who wish to have their internet presence anonymized.