Want to ask Mark Zuckerberg a question? Now you can with a question-and-answer session that will be aired live over Facebook on Nov. 6.
Instagram adds auto-play video ads into its feeds. Only a handful of companies are on board so far, but Instagram says it hopes to add more soon.
A leaked T-Mobile internal document reveals the release dates for the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, Google Nexus 6, and HTC One M8 for Windows. November will be a busy month.
Space / Aviation
Virgin Galactic space "tourism" plane suffers malfunction of test flight, crashes in desert. Officials confirm one pilot killed, one injured.
Brittany Maynard, a terminally ill woman, has decided to postpone death. Earlier, she had opted to go for assisted death on Nov. 1 per Oregon's Death with Dignity Law.
Kaci Hickox, a nurse who served Ebola patients in Sierra Leone, defies the quarantine order from Maine state officials. She has tested negative for the virus twice, but Maine officials want her to stay home for 21 days.
Water is believed to have come late after the Earth had formed. Findings of a new study, however, suggest that the water on the planet is older than previously believed.
Richard Binzel from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology believes that asteroids could serve as stepping stones for astronauts to reach Mars. He suggested that NASA should first map all the asteroids between Earth and Mars.
The Hubble spotted ghostly light coming from stars that were ejected from within ancient galaxies in Pandora's Cluster. The observations will allow astronomers to understand the evolution of galaxy clusters.
Teens are impressionable, making them ideal targets for extremists recruiting people into their fold. Recruiters have also become bolder in their effort, contacting teens directly online.
Restoration workers unearthed a century-old time capsule while renovating Baltimore's Washington Monument. The insides of the time capsule, however, remain unknown.
A study done on a special kind of mice could explain why some people die from Ebola and others survive. While almost 5,000 people have been killed by the virus, thousands have also recovered.
Invisibility cloaks, teleportation and time travel may soon be possible. Basic versions of invisibility cloaks have already been developed by scientists.