A new study has claimed that scientists might have overestimated the amount of water present on the moon. They based their claim after conducting a study which saw analysis of the lunar rock samples. Study leader Jeremy Boyce from the University of California concluded that amount of water present on the moon is much lesser that it is thought.
Scientists have unraveled the mystery behind stripes of zebra after conducting various studies for years. So many theories have been previously published about why the zebra has stripes, like stripes help zebras to stay protected from predators, they act as camouflage, they regulate body temperature or they help in repelling insects.
Palo Alto, California-based startup Disconnect has made its October-launched Disconnect Search tool a little easier to use. On Monday, the company launched a faster, more secure version of Disconnect Search app for Android as well as new Web app which works with Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari. An iOS version of the Disconnect Search app is reportedly in the works.
KB Home, the homebuilder based in the Los Angeles area, during a conference call pertaining to the discussion of the results for the first quarter, has revealed that development of new homes in California in on the rise and that the sales scene will be dominated by those in the coastal regions.
The number of deaths due to seasonal flu in California has jumped nearly ten times compared to last year, figures released by the California Department of Public Health have revealed.
According to fresh data, a total of 302 patients under the age of 65 have so far succumbed to flu this year. Last year, 34 deaths resulting from flu had been reported by this time.
With California Web developer Naoki Hiroshima's revealing in a Wednesday blog post report that a hacker had, in a social engineering attack, gained access to his GoDaddy account which is used for managing different domain names, GoDaddy has officially acknowledged the attack which Hiroshima fell victim to.
According to a TechCrunch report, California-based virtual gaming service Cloud Party has revealed in a recent announcement that it will shut down on February 21, 2014. The announced shutdown comes after Cloud Party's acquisition by Yahoo.
The announcement has revealed that after the shutdown of Cloud Party next month, the company's team will join Yahoo.
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