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As part of the Silicon Valley, Sunnyvale is headquarters to several high-tech companies, and it is also home to several aerospace/defense companies. One of the first arcade video games, Pong, surfaced in September of 1972 in Sunnyvale. An interesting aspect of Sunnyvale is they have a single unified Department of Public Safety, where all emergency responding personnel are trained as firefighters, police officers, and EMTs.

Population: 131760
Local Newspapers: San Jose Mercury News
Local Sports Teams: San José State University National Hispanic University California University of Management and Technology Lincoln Law School of San Jose San José City College Evergreen Valley College
Local Colleges: San Jose Earthquakes (MLS soccer) San Jose Sharks (NHL) San Jose Giants (California League baseball) Real San Jose (National Premier Soccer League)

Zip Codes associated with sunnyvale, california: 94086 94087 94089 95051
Towns/Cities near sunnyvale, california : Lowlanders Braly Corners Panama Park Wrightmost Corners San Miguel Waverly Park

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Authentico Technologies and Intrinsic ID Announce Partnership to...

SUNNYVALE, Calif. – June 22, 2017 – Intrinsic ID TM, the world's leading provider of digital authentication technology for Internet of Things security and embedded applications, and Authentico Technologies, a developer of cybersecurity solutions, today announced the companies are collaborating to develop a next-generation database security system.

Calm the Skies mounts protest against Surf Air at San Carlos Airport

Aidan Yeaw of North Fair Oaks, with the bullhorn, leads a crowd of protesters in chants against Surf Air at San Carlos Airport on Sunday, June 18, 2017. A pair of Surf Air Pilatus PC-12s sit on the tarmac at San Carlos Airport on Sunday, June 18, 2017.

Sunnyvale to charge for parking at 4 commuter lots on weekdays

Four city-owned lots near the Caltrain station in downtown Sunnyvale will convert from free to paid parking on weekdays, beginning July 1. The lots are located at the Mathilda Avenue southbound off-ramp, the parking lot at the South Mathilda Avenue overpass, the Evelyn Avenue lot on the north side of Evelyne Avenue between Charles and Florence streets, and under the North Mathilda Avenue overpass. A flat fee will be required between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. All of the money collected will go toward maintaining the parking lots, which usually see heavy use from Caltrain commuters, according to Craig Mobeck, assistant director of pubilc works.

Why rising temperatures don't make solar power rise

SunRun installers Brandon Anderson and Will LaRocque prepare to install panels on a home in Sunnyvale. While solar panels perform best in strong sunlight, high temperatures can reduce their output.

12 modest but insanely expensive homes for sale in Silicon Valley

In Silicon Valley, the more suburban area south of San Francisco, house-hunters find a confluence of a mild climate, a strong economy with high-paying jobs, and a tech sector unlike any in the world. The environment attracts a competitive housing marke.

How California heat wave could impact planes, trains, cars and more

Emma Dooley, 5, of Walnut Creek, slides down a water slide at the spray ground area of the Larkey Park Swim Center in Walnut Creek, Calif. on Monday, June 19, 2017.

Iowa AgriTech Accelerator Announces New Executive Director, Announces Its Class Of 2017

IOWA AGRITECH ACCELERATOR ANNOUNCES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, ANNOUNCES ITS CLASS OF 2017 Jun. 19, 2017 Source: Iowa AgriTech Accelerator news release The Iowa AgriTech Accelerator is pleased to introduce Megan Vollstedt as the The Accelerator's new Executive Director. She brings with her more than 6 years of experience in the startup community, having most recently served as senior corporate communications editor for Workiva.

Uber's trucking ambitions stalled by lawsuit over alleged theft of trade secrets

Uber 's drive to become a major player in the trucking business is off to a bumpy start, with analysts and industry executives questioning what exactly the company can bring to the sprawling $700-billion industry. The San Francisco ride-services giant had planned to disrupt freight hauling by offering a complete package of trucking technology including self-driving trucks and smartphone-based logistics services.

Ex-CEO sentenced to 6 months in jail for domestic violence

A group of organizations against domestic violence gathered outside the Palo Alto Courthouse where Abhishek Gattani, co-founder of the startup Cuberon, was scheduled for a court hearing on May 18, 2017. Gattani was sentenced on Thursday to six months in jail.

Sunnyvale approves financing program for energy projects

The city council voted unanimously June 6 to authorize the Property Assessed Clean Energy financing program to operate in the city. PACE programs are allowed in California, but councils must authorize them to operate within cities.

California Energy Commission awards $17M to expand hydrogen refueling infrastructure

During its latest business meeting, the California Energy Commission approved more than than $17 million was approved for nine new hydrogen stations that will expand the refueling infrastructure network in California. FirstElement Fuel, Inc. will develop eight hydrogen refueling stations.

Uber's Trucking Ambitions in Lower Gear After Otto Deal

Uber Technologies Inc's drive to become a major player in the trucking business is off to a bumpy start, with analysts and industry executives questioning what exactly the company can bring to the sprawling $700-billion industry. The San Francisco ride-services giant had planned to disrupt freight hauling by offering a complete package of trucking technology including self-driving trucks and smartphone-based logistics services.

The Digital Dine-Out Renaissance

Drive thrus haven't changed much since they first sprouted up across America in the 1950s-at least from the customer's perspective. There's still the drive-thru lane, the menuboard, the order station, and the pickup window.

School district grapples with high opt-out rates on state exam

For the third year in a row, high school juniors in the Palo Alto Unified School District opted out of the state's new standardized test this spring at what appears to be abnormally high rates compared to other local school districts. Only 13 percent of Palo Alto High School juniors and 21 percent of Gunn High School juniors took the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium exam, according to the district.

'Sharrows' coming to portions of Fair Oaks Avenue in Sunnyvale

The Sunnyvale City Council voted to approve some changes along Fair Oaks Avenue to help promote bicycling and walking in the area. The Sunnyvale City Council voted 5-2 to approve some changes along the street to help promote bicycling and walking in the area.

Sunnyvale Residents Up in Arms Over Plan to Remove Redwoods

PG&E says 30 trees along California Avenue in Sunnyvale create a safety hazard. Crews with the utility began the process of cutting down the trees on Monday.

Quanergy to Demonstrate Groundbreaking LiDAR-Equipped Security Surveillance System at IFSEC

The demonstration will integrate Quanergy's Q-GuardTM security technology with a PTZ camera from Overview Ltd, and will take place at booth D1675 from June 20-22. This demonstration will mark the first time Q-Guard, an intrusion detection and perimeter fencing system powered by a Quanergy LiDAR sensor, has been integrated with a PTZ camera, allowing for real-time detection, tracking, and counting using 3D point clouds and color video.

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