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Cupertino is located in Santa Clara County in central California. The city is adjacent to San Jose on the western edge of the Santa Clara Valley and extends partially into the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Cupertino is best known for being the home of the worldwide headquarters of Apple, Incorporated. The city is named after Arroyo San Jose de Cupertino, meaning the "San Jose Stream of Cupertino" in Spanish.

Population: 50546
Local Newspapers: The Daily Republic San Francisco Business Times San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Examiner San Francisco Times San Francisco Weekly Brentwood News
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: University of California Santa Cruz (satellite campus) University of San Francisco (satellite campus)

Zip Codes associated with cupertino, california: 95014
Towns/Cities near cupertino, california : Calabazas Rainbow Panama Park Loyola Los Altos Wrightmost Corners

Cupertino News
Cupertino Schools: Sedgwick students gain friends and mentors through English tutoring

Photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/February 15, 2017 Tutor and Cupertino junior Meesha Reiisieh, right, helps Ertugrul, 10, who speaks Turkish, with his conversational skills during a Wednesday morning tutoring session at Sedgwick Elementary School in Cupertino. Students from Cupertino High School recently wrapped up a pilot six-week session at Sedgwick Elementary School, tutoring English language learners, including those from Turkey and Japan, once a week before school.

Apple reportedly pays big bucks to buy, shut down iCloud.net - CNET

In its quest to dominate the iCloud game, the company recently bought out an Asian social network which had registered the iCloud.net domain. AppleInsider was told the Cupertino, California-based company paid $1.5 million for the domain, but CNET was unable to verify the claim.

Why New iPhone Features May Force Supply Chain Reshuffle

Hedge funds in Asia are starting to make their picks of Apple suppliers as the Cupertino, California-based company develops its next iPhone. Bloomberg's Nathaniel Baker reports on "Bloomberg Markets."

Sophomore Only Scores Internship at Apple, Decides to Lifeguard Instead

As the summer approaches, Justin Beckman has been working towards a dream internship that will jump-start his career and make him the envy of Rodin's 12th floor. "I really want to work at a prestigious firm, preferably in tech, that will help me gain experience and get my foot in the door for a job coming into senior year," says Beckman.

Apple's next-gen campus 'Apple Park' nearing launch - CNET

The construction of Apple's massive new spaceship-like headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., called Apple Park, is almost complete and is now set to open in April 2017. "Steve's vision for Apple stretched far beyond his time with us.

Massive pine tree at Cupertino church topples during storm

A nearly 100-year-old Coulter pine fell Tuesday morning at Saint Jude's Episcopal Church. There were no injuries or damage to the church.

Sonoma County farmhouse teardown asks $1.7 million

Billed in as a "fixer," this rundown and rotting home of yesteryear has seen better days. Today the little farmhouse at 4300 Canfield Road has fallen to pieces.

Cupertino: Options for Wolfe Road and I-280 interchange project weighed

The city of Cupertino is helping narrow down options to improve the highway interchange that will lead in and out of the area near Apple's new spaceship campus. The city has been working with the Valley Transportation Authority-and its hired consultant HMH-to look into various options to improve traffic efficiency at the Wolfe Road and Interstate 280 interchange.

Apple files new challenge against $14.5B tax bill in Europe

Apple is filing a new legal challenge against its $14.5 billion tax fine in Europe, arguing the European Commission "made fundamental errors" in assessing the company's activities outside of Ireland. According to Apple, the Commission did not accurately recognize that most of the company's "profit-driving activities" occurred in the United States - not Ireland - and should not have been factored into the ruling.

Learningonline.xyz to launch American Sign Language in 15 international languages

Native speakers from 15 countries around the world will be able to learn American Sign Language in their own language. CUPERTINO, CA, UNITED STATES, February 20, 2017 / EINPresswire.com / -- American Sign Language , or ASL as it is popularly known, is the latest addition to Cudoo 's growing library of courses for 160+ languages.

Santa Clara County Fire Department is asking for feedback

Residents of Campbell, Cupertino, Los Gatos, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Monte Sereno, Saratoga and unincorporated areas of the county are being asked to participate in two workshops that will focus on the fire department's communication with residents and what could be done to improve it, according to Bill Murphy, fire captain and public information officer. On Feb. 27 a workshop will be held in Campbell at the Home Church, 1711 Winchester Blvd. from 5:30 to 8 p.m. A second workshop will be on Feb. 28 at the Garden House, 400 University Ave. in Los Altos from 9:30 a.m. to noon.

Cupertino school leaders pour fuel on fire

The latest episode unfolded at a board meeting Tuesday, when board President Anjali Kausar shouted down booing parents, snapped at a woman mispronouncing Kausar's name and interjected herself into public comment. "I am going to respond to what you said," she said, provoking cries of "It's not your turn" and "Let the people talk."

Cupertino Historical Society highlights elements of Chinese culture

A Chinese hanging drum, used during ceremonies, is part of the 'Introduction to Elements of Chinese Culture' exhibit at the Cupertino Historical Society and Museum, located inside the Quinlan Center. "Elements of Chinese Culture" opened on Feb. 7 at the museum in the Quinlan Community Center and will remain open until the end of March.

California bill would make Election Day a state holiday

Many Californians would no longer have to worry about squeezing a trip to the polls into their working day if a bill proposed by a Silicon Valley-area lawmaker becomes law. Assembly Bill 674 , from Evan Low, D-Cupertino, would make November general elections a holiday for schools and state workers as a way to boost voter turnout.

Pizarro: Traveling teahouse a real conversation starter

Artist Taro Hattori invites visitors to join him for tea and conversation about division and belonging in contemporary society inside this mobile teahouse, which was stationed outside the Euphrat Museum at De Anza College on Feb. 15, 2017. East Bay artist Taro Hattori is putting a modern twist on the traditional Japanese teahouse - and literally taking it on the road to San Jose's Japantown this weekend.

Apple hits intraday record high for first time since 2015

An Apple logo hangs above the entrance to the Apple store on 5th Avenue in the Manhattan borough of New York City, July 21, 2015. ) shares hit an intraday record high on Tuesday for the first time almost two years as investors raised bets that a 10th anniversary iPhone will boost lackluster sales.

Do you love her enough to hand over the keys to the car?

Q Some of my favorite Roadshow columns have been memories of love on our highways. On Valentine's Day, I'd love to read more of them.

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