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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
Knightscope unveils two new crime-fighting bots

William Santana Li, CEO of Mountain View-based Knightscope, displays the new K1 security robot on Sept. 19. Photo by Michelle Le Two new automated security bots designed to monitor criminal activity, search for concealed weapons and be the "eyes and ears" for law enforcement will be hitting the market next year, according to an announcement by Mountain View-based Knightscope.

Council backs plan for pot shops in Mountain View

Calling it a sensible approach to a drug that's legal and widely accepted in the Bay Area, Mountain View City Council members unanimously agreed Tuesday night to start work on city regulations that would allow recreational marijuana stores to open up in the city. At a Sept.

Silicon Valley Security Robot Company Expands With New 'Bots

It's bigger than a Roomba, cruises the malls 24 hours a day, and is in more selfies than a member of One Direction. Knightscope, a Mountain View-based robotics company, rolled out two new security 'bots Tuesday afternoon, the K-1, and the K-7.

Autonomous Vehicles' Future May Be Further Away, Different Than Imagined

From left: Panel moderator Mike Harrigan, senior program manager at Prospect Silicon Valley; Ben McKeever, program manager for the UC Berkeley California Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology program; Jill North, the city of San Jose's transportation innovation manager; Ryan Popple, president and CEO at Burlingame-based electric vehicle maker Proterra; and Debs Schrimmer, transportation policy manager at Lyft, are introduced by Alexandra Klun of Innovate Your State. The future of autonomous vehicles could be further off than some believe, and may look different when it finally arrives, according to experts.

Woman arrested for alleged attack on concert security

A San Jose woman was arrested Saturday after she allegedly punched a security officer during the Florida Georgia Line concert at Shoreline Amphitheatre, according to police. A San Jose woman was arrested Saturday after she allegedly punched a security officer during the Florida Georgia Line concert at Shoreline Amphitheatre, according to police.

Now this is ridiculous: $782,000 over asking for a house

Your eyes do not deceive you: The four-bed, two-bath house - less than 2,000 square feet - listed for $1,688,000 and sold for $2,470,000. "I think it's the most anything has ever gone for over asking in Sunnyvale - a record for Sunnyvale," said Dave Clark, the Keller Williams agent who represented the sellers in the deal.

By Me Today: Google Wants a Piece of Mobile Payments in India

The Mountain View, Calif., tech giant on Monday launched its first-ever smartphone app that lets users transfer money to individuals and businesses in the country without the use of a credit or a debit card , a crucial factor since many here lack plastic. So, to re-cap the state of play as people leapfrog from cash to payments via smartphones here: Paytm - which we profiled back in June - is the market leader, with more than 225 million users.

Google I/O Conference Features a Fun, Festival-Like Vibe; Powered by Sparks

Google I/O 2017, Google's premier annual developer gathering, returned to Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, this past May. This unique three-day festival brought together people from around the globe to immerse themselves in the next generation of tech. More than 7,000 attendees and 3,000 Googlers delved into experiential learning through keynotes, 157 technical sessions, 18 product sandboxes, 8,000 codelabs, interactive demos, and more.

Private schools seek to dump A-to-F grading

File photo shows graduation at Menlo School, one of the members of the Mastery Transcript Consortium, which seeks to revise high school grading and transcripts. Imagine high school without grades, transcripts without A's, B's or F's, and college applications without grade-point averages.

Phil Lesh Guests With Phish At Shoreline During Fall Tour 1999

For a long period of their career Phish tried to avoid the inevitable comparisons to the Grateful Dead. While the Vermont jam act covered plenty of Dead songs during the first few years of their career, they didn't perform any of the group's tunes between 1987 and 1998.

Google hit with class action lawsuit over gender pay

Google faces a new lawsuit accusing it of gender-based pay discrimination. A lawyer representing three female former Google employees is seeking class action status for the claim.

Review: Muse, Jared Letoa s 30 Seconds to Mars face off in concert

The singer of British rock band Muse, Matthew Bellamy, performs on stage on October 2, 2012 at the Olympia concert hall in Paris. AFP PHOTO THOMAS SAMSONTHOMAS SAMSON/AFP/GettyImages A capacity crowd, of some 22,000 fans, turned out to witness the potent doubleheader of Muse and Thirty Seconds to Mars on Friday night at the Shoreline Amphitheatre at Mountain View.

What caused the mysterious lights in the night sky after Mexicoa s earthquake?

The earthquake that struck southern Mexico this month was accompanied by fuzzy green smears in the night sky. After a major earthquake struck off the southern coast of Mexico on Sept.

Cancer survivors learn to pick up the pieces

Cancer survivor Kimberly Bailey with her piece "Opening" in her bedroom on Sept. 12, 2017.

Knock, knock - It's Niall Horan calling to see you

Niall Horan performs during the Jingle Ball 2016 holiday concert at the SAP Center in San Jose, Calif., on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016. The former One Direction star has announced plans to perform August 4 - yes, of 2018 at the Shoreline Amphitheatre at Mountain View.

Survey: Less homework, less stress for MVLA students

Thousands of teens at Mountain View and Los Altos high schools say they have benefited from a new homework policy aimed at bringing down homework loads, reducing stress and freeing up time during weekends and breaks, according to a survey released earlier this month. The surveys, which were conducted during the latter half of the 2016-17 school year, are the first glimpse into how the Mountain View-Los Altos High School District's new homework policies are working on a practical level.

Tabernacle Choir announces 2018 West Coast tour in U.S. Canada

The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square will perform in five cities in California, Washington and Vancouver, British Columbia, in June and July next year. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square will tour the West Coast next summer, appearing in at least five cities in two states and one Canadian province.

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