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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
Apple backtracks on pricey iPhone screens

The Cupertino, Calif.-based company is changing course and increasing production on its cheaper, LCD-equipped next-generation iPhones, according to a report . Apple will unveil three new iPhone X successors in September, two of which feature a high-end OLED display and one that will have an LCD screen.

Report: Apple Is Getting Into Feature Animation, Possibly With Cartoon Saloon

It doesn't get much bigger than this. Apple, yes, the computer maker, is looking to start producing animated features, according to a report in Bloomberg.

Amy Chan returns for second stint as Cupertino's interim city manager

Amy Chan, former city manager for Sunnyvale, is coming out of retirement a second time to serve as Cupertino's interim city manager. Amy Chan will be stepping into familiar shoes when she takes on the interim city manager post in Cupertino next month to succeed David Brandt.

All Apple Park workers get standing desks because sitting is the new... - CNET

"We have given all of our employees, 100%, standing desks," Apple CEO Tim Cook told Bloomberg's David Rubenstein in a video interview released Wednesday . "If you can stand for a while, then sit, and so on and so forth, it's much better for your lifestyle."

Marco Rubio Hits Apple on iPhone Anti-Police Move

Sen. Marco Rubio on Wednesday ripped Apple Inc.'s plans to change its iPhone settings to undercut the most popular means for law enforcement to break into the devices, noting the technology company turned over all its data to the Chinese government to comply with new regulations there. "Apple, who is very proud of how they are making it harder for American law enforcement to collect evidence from iPhones of criminals, had [no] problem turning over their entire cloud in China to the Chinese government," the Florida Republican said on Twitter.

Wildly popular hummus mini-chain is expanding to SF

The Hummus with whole Garbanzos at Oren's Hummus Shop in Palo Alto Calif. is seen on Friday, January 25th, 2013.

American Medical Association to keep reviewing its opposition...

A recommendation that the American Medical Association maintain its opposition to medically assisted death was rejected Monday, with delegates at the AMA's annual meeting in Chicago instead voting for the organization to continue reviewing its guidance on the issue. Following a debate on whether the nation's most prominent physicians' group should revise its Code of Medical Ethics, the House of Delegates voted by a surprise margin of 56 to 44 percent to have the AMA's Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs keep studying the current guidance.

Eight Relay Add-on Card for Raspberry Pi

Stackable to 8 levels, the card adds up to 64 relays to Raspberry Pi. A smart, web-based sprinkler controller for up to 64 zones can be built for $3/zone.

Tour showcases Silicon Valley's spectacular 'ultramodern' homes

When Pam and Paul Costa set out to build their home, they had an ambitious, if not fantastical, design in mind: a glass treehouse floating in the middle of a forest. Nearly three years later, the Costas are living out their vision in an ultramodern, minimalist home nestled in the hills above Cupertino, where modern architecture meets the soothing inspiration of nature.

CA: Bridge Toll Hike is 'First Step' in Solving Bay Area's Traffic Woes, Experts Say

June 07--Voters in the Bay Area have agreed to raise bridge tolls by $3 over the next six years, but that's just the first in what they'll likely be asked to pay as business leaders and transportation planners sketch out a fresh series of new measures to solve the area's traffic gridlock. As more residents move further away in search of affordable housing, they're driving longer distances to continue working here, leading to worsening commutes, air quality and quality of life -- a trend that's putting more pressure on the Bay Area's major highways and is already packing BART cars to the brim.

Apple knew about front-screen defect in all Watch models, lawsuit alleges

Apple's Tim Cook delivers his keynote address at the Apple World Wide Developer's Conference, talking about updates to the Apple Watch, Monday, June 4, 2018, in the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, Calif. A Colorado man has sued Apple in San Jose, alleging the company sold knowingly defective Watches in which the screen could shatter or pop out from the body, sometimes only days after they were purchased.

Bridge toll hike is a first stepa in solving Bay Areaa s traffic woes, experts say

Traffic moves along southbound Interstate 880 past Dixon Landing Road in Milpitas, Calif., headed towards the Highway 237 interchange on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016. Some newcomers mention the traffic as one of the things they dislike about living in the Bay Area.

Cupertino briefs: Vallco EIR available for review, library extends hours

The Environmental Impact Report for the Vallco Special Area Specific Plan Project is available for review. The public has a 45-day review period that ends on Monday, July 9, at 5:30 p.m. The draft is available online at .

Cupertino City Council marks June as deadline for business head tax report

Cupertino City Council wants proof that the city could raise $10 million a year with employee taxes for Apple and other businesses. At its Tuesday night meeting, council heard a proposal that could go before voters Nov. 6. Support for city staff to detail plans for the tax that could pay for transportation projects came as Councilman Barry Chang said traffic in the region is "heading toward a catastrophe."

Borenstein: Toll hike vote indicates Bay Area struggles ahead

Commuters slowly make their way through the traffic at the Bay Bridge toll plaza in Oakland, Calif., on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017. The early narrow margin of victory for a $3 bridge toll hike on Tuesday's ballot shows just how hard it will be for Bay Area leaders to solve the region's transportation and housing crisis.

Apple's smart devices are about to get even smarter

Some iPhone and Apple Watch owners may soon be able to unlock doors and pay transit fares with their smart devices. Apple is ready to open up its near-field communication chips in its iPhones and smart watches to allow more than just Apple Pay transactions, according to a recent report.

Comparing Aemetis

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