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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
As automation advances, CEOs say humans are still needed

In this Monday, June 26, 2017, photo, Sophie Li, of Cupertino, Calif., offers to dance with a K5 robot made by Knightscope, Inc., at Westfield Valley Fair shopping center in San Jose, Calif. In the technology hotbed that stretches from San Francisco to San Jose, people can eat a pizza made largely by a robot, have hotel toiletries delivered by a robot, drink a frothy cappuccino made by a robot and shop at a mall with robot security.

Longtime downtown retailers closing despite a bannera holiday season

Blacy's Fine Jewelers is calling it quits next month after 15 years in downtown Los Gatos. Owner Jeanette Blacy said beach traffic, parking problems and competition from the Internet all contributed to the decision to take her business online.

Longtime downtown retailers closing despite a bannera holiday season

Jeanette Blacy will be closing her retail location on University Ave in Los Gatos on Feb. 15 but will still have an online retail operation for the future. If you can't beat 'em, join 'em.

Cupertino adopts zero waste policy

Cupertino has adopted a zero waste policy that aims to eliminate the need to send any waste to the landfill or incinerator, though officials acknowledge such a goal may be unattainable. At its Dec. 19 meeting, the City Council approved a list of 16 waste elimination priorities, including working with Recology Cupertino to divert 80 percent of the city's trash into recycling, composting or other forms of reuse by 2025.

Bill's Cafe coming to downtown Fremont this spring

A popular family-owned South Bay restaurant chain is planning to open a new location near Fremont's budding downtown. A "coming soon" banner for Bill's Cafe hangs above the front door of an A-frame building on Fremont Boulevard near Beacon Avenue, where The Original Pancake House operated since around 2003 until recently.

Longtime Mountain View activist named mayor

Photo of Lenny Siegel, a longtime local activist, in his house in Mountain View. Since his days as a Stanford student in the 1960s, Siegel has been focused on the Bay Area's mounting housing crisis.

Ringing in 2018 with a range of new laws

With January comes an assortment of new state laws. Fees will rise for vehicle registration and real estate transactions.

Mountain View man sentenced in high-end wine heist

Mountain View resident Alfred Georgis was sentenced on Tuesday to three years in prison for his role in a high-end wine heist.

7 require medical attention, 50 evacuated after iPhone battery

Roughly 50 people evacuated a Zurich Apple Store Tuesday morning after an overheated iPhone battery began emitting smoke, police said. Seven people received medical attention at the scene, including an Apple Store employee who sustained minor burns while removing the overheated battery, the Zurich Police Department said in a statement .

Inventergy Announces $2.4 Million Debt Financing

CUPERTINO, Calif., Jan. 09, 2018 -- Inventergy Global, Inc. , an intellectual property licensing and innovation company , announced that on December 29, 2017 the Company entered into a Securities Purchase Agreement . Pursuant to the Agreement, the Company issued $2.4 million in senior secured convertible redeemable debentures to the Investor.

Santa Barbara-born burger restaurant expanding here, in San Jose

The Habit Burger Grill, founded in Santa Barbara, is expanding to Cupertino and added another San Jose location soon. If you thought you would stay at home Tuesday, Jan. 9, during Day 2 of the Bay Area's first storm of 2018, here's reason to brave the rain: The Bay Area's newest Habit Burger Grill - in Cupertino - will offer free lunch starting at 11:30 a.m. to the first 200 people in line.

Yonge and Bloor might soon get an Apple store

It's looking more and more like the "international anchor" store we've been promised at Yonge and Bloor will be a flagship Apple retail location - the first ever of its kind in Canada. Rumours of a standalone Apple Store coming to Toronto have been swirling for years now , but the Cupertino, California tech company has yet to confirm anything.

Apple iPhone factory worker 'jumps to his death

Apple iPhone factory worker 'jumps to his death from a 12-storey window' as colleagues claim he was upset about being refused a 'referral fee' A worker from a Chinese factory producing Apple's iPhone has reportedly died after jumping from a 12-storey window. The worker's colleagues told Chinese media that the worker had been upset about failing to obtain a 'referral fee' which led to his jump on Saturday.

California Inc.: L.A. aiming for 50 million tourists visiting annually

We'll find out Wednesday how many tourists came to L.A. County last year. Above, visitors to the city see a home that may or may not belong to Paris Hilton.

How your iPhone could save your life

File photo: Apple Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, Phil Schiller, introduces the iPhone X during a launch event in Cupertino, California, U.S. September 12, 2017. It's hard to imagine leaving the house without a cellphone.

New year brings $1.50 an hour jump in minimum wage

Daniel Vu worked as a barista at Bitter + Sweet in Cupertino, Calif., before purchasing the shop six months ago. Vu isn't happy about the mandatory minimum wage hike that took place on Jan. 1 because the increased costs will mean fewer hours for some employees.

New Cupertino poet laureate wants to change perception of her art

The city created the two-year volunteer position in 2010 to promote poetry and other forms of literature. Laureates also are expected to organize poetry-related events, and McCormick says she hopes to engage more residents in the joys of poetry and language arts.

Cupertino sticks with ban against pot dispensaries

Cupertino seeks to place the tightest restrictions it is allowed to under state law on marijuana activity in the city. Although the sale of recreational marijuana is now legal in the state, Cupertino will continue to ban pot dispensaries within city borders.

LG to make screens for 6.5inch 'iPhone XL'

Apple 's iPhone X may have only been on sale for a few weeks, but Apple's plans for its successor are already being analysed. Experts say there are three new iPhones on the way - including Apple's biggest ever phone with a gigantic 6.5 inch screen.

Apple battery replacement may mean 16M fewer iPhones sold

Apple Inc.'s offer to replace iPhone batteries cheaply may cut sales of new handsets by millions of units this year, according to Barclays analyst Mark Moskowitz. Apple Inc.'s offer to replace iPhone batteries cheaply may cut sales of new handsets by millions of units this year, according to Barclays analyst Mark Moskowitz.

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