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Mountain View is located in central California in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is named because of the views of the Santa Cruz Mountains available from the town's location. The city is in the Silicon Valley and is home to several high technology companies. The first company to develop silicon semiconductor devices was established in Mountain View. Some of the largest technology companies in the world are located in Mountain View including Google, Symantec and Intuit.

Population: 70708
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Times San Francisco Weekly
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: Foothill College

Zip Codes associated with mountain view, california: 94040 94041 94043
Towns/Cities near mountain view, california : Los Altos Waverly Park Sunnyvale Cuesta Park Blossom Valley Jackson Park Monta Loma Loyola

Mountain View News
Mountain View sells water to East Palo Alto

Developers with large projects planned in East Palo Alto are helping the city fund a $5 million agreement in exchange for Mountain View's water rights. Weekly graphic.

Intuit's Q3 boosted by 59 percent growth in QuickBooks Online users

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City's crime rate dips down in 2016

It's almost all sunshine and good news in the Mountain View Police Department's annual crime tally for 2016. The report, released last week, shows that a broad range of violent and property crime-related incidents took a plunge in Mountain View compared to 2015, while traffic data shows the city's streets were safer and free of fatalities.

Many ideas, little consensus on housing crisis

Show host Ryan Rubio sits inside Panoramic's MicroPAD Modular apartment on display at downtown Mountain View on May 16, 2017. Photo by Michelle Le Everyone seems to agree that the housing situation in the Bay Area has reached a crisis -- but what to do about it remains as polarizing as ever.

Google aims to connect online ads to real-world sales

Google is keeping an eye on what you're buying offline in addition to monitoring your online shopping in its latest attempt to sell more digital advertising. The offline tracking of most credit and debit card transactions will help Google to automatically inform merchants when their digital ads translate into sales at a brick-and-mortar store.

Roadshow: Why this Peninsula rider has a given upa on Caltrain

Right now, Caltrain has no plans to add more parking anywhere along the line from Gilroy to San Francisco. Q I read your response to us Peninsula folks that our traffic hopes rest with faster and more Caltrain service.

Symantec says 'highly likely' North Korean hacking group behind ransomware attacks

A screenshot shows a WannaCry ransomware demand, provided by cyber security firm Symantec, in Mountain View, California. WASHINGTON: Cyber security firm Symantec said on Monday it was "highly likely" a hacking group affiliated with North Korea was responsible for the WannaCry cyber attack this month that infected more than 300,000 computers worldwide and disrupted operations at hospitals, banks and schools across the globe.

Outpost Capital raises $5 mln of targeted $50 mln fund for AR/VR

Outpost Capital has raised $5 million for a targeted $50 million inaugural fund, according to a regulatory filing . The Mountain View, California, firm is led by Ryan Wang and Sha Zhou , and invests in virtual and augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and blockchain technologies with an emphasis on China, according to its website .

Google I/O 2017: Televisions set to talk back as Google Assistant comes to Android TV

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Palo Alto seeks resident input on rail design

As Caltrain prepares to electrify its trains and potentially share space with California's new high-speed trail system, Palo Alto is moving ahead with its own ambitious plans to address the impacts from these regional projects. For city officials, the complex task comes with a sense of urgency.

8 Silicon Valley geek hot spots you must see

Visitors play early digital games at the Computer History Museum Thursday, March 30, 2017, in Mountain View, Calif. Waitress Angela Wooster talks to diners, Al Russell, 79, of El Granada, facing camera, and Russell's friend, at Buck's restaurant Thursday, March 30, 2017, in Woodside, Calif.

El Camino Hospital board restructures by adding two appointed positions

The El Camino Healthcare District board of directors gave itself a shakeup Monday when it opted to add two appointed positions, thus creating equal representation between elected and appointed members. The board voted unanimously to restructure its makeup and rescind its CEO's ability to vote on matters.

BernieCrats Make Their Voices Heard as California Democrats Meet in Sacramento

As delegates to the state Democratic Party convention celebrate the accomplishments of those currently in office like Betty Yee, two blocks away from that gathering the self-described BernieCrats are having a meeting of their own. They're trying to push forward the ideals they feel their party shouldn't have abandoned when they picked another presidential nominee.

Weekly Rewind: 'Roseanne' returns, Apple's pizza boxes, golden egg saunas

A lot can happen in a week when it comes to tech. The constant onslaught of news makes it nigh impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything.

Rent committee to take up first-ever price limits

Mountain View's new Rental Housing Committee is poised on Monday to set the city's first-ever cap on rent increases, as well as how much profit landlords are entitled to gain. City staff members are proposing a limit of 3.4 percent to rent increases.

Google's Android Go is nothing like the Android One: Here's why

Android One was Google's much-talked about initiative launched in 2014 to tap the rising community of first-time smartphone users in India, and other developing countries. Earlier this week at its annual I/O developers conference in Mountain View, California, Google announced the company surpassed 2 billion active users on its Android platform, making it the most popular mobile OS platform in the market.

K&R Insurance Is Being Tapped to Cover Ransomware Attacks

Companies without cyber insurance are dusting off policies covering kidnap, ransom and extortion in the world's political hotspots to recoup losses caused by ransomware viruses such as "WannaCry," insurers say. Cyber insurance can be expensive to buy and is not widely used outside the United States, with one insurer previously describing the cost as $100,000 for $10 million in data breach insurance.

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