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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
A preschool success story

Last year, Griselda Avina, a former parent at North Shoreview Elementary School in San Mateo, recognized a frail woman in a wheelchair at Macy's in Fair Oaks, California. She approached Freddie Blanc, and gave her a hug.

Beating the odds: Cristo Rey students in east San Jose blaze a trail to college

Graduating senior Coraima Bolanos Alejo, 17, of San Jose, center, waits before a school event, where college-bound seniors announced their university or college choice in front of their family members and fellow students, on May 18, 2018 at Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School. Bola-os Alejo will attend California State University, East Bay in the fall.


Tens of thousands of the world's brightest technology developers could be heading to Northern Virginia in the next few years, as two of the world's largest tech companies are said to be considering building their next facilities there. Amazon previously suggested the territory was in its top 20 choices for building a new 50,000-employee second headquarters, and Apple is also rumored to be considering the area for a 20,000-employee campus.

5 Suspects Arrested For Identity, Mail Theft After Being...

Fives suspects were taken into custody Saturday evening in Cupertino after deputies found stolen items belonging to about 30 victims from cities throughout the South Bay, the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office announced today. The Sheriff's Office West Valley Patrol was dispatched to the Hilton Garden Inn at 10741 N. Wolfe Road regarding a reservation made at the hotel with a potential stolen credit card, sheriff's officials said.

De Anza gets new interim president

Foothill-De Anza Community College District Chancellor Judy Miner has named veteran administrator Christina Espinosa-Pieb as the interim president of De Anza College starting July 1. The district, in a news release this week, said Espinosa-Pieb will replace Brian Murphy, who led the school for 14 years before announcing his retirement in April because of health issues. Espinosa-Pieb will serve as the college's interim president though December 2019, at which point the district will launch a nationwide search to fill the position permanently.

Cupertino hotel bust: Deputies arrest five people suspected of identity theft, mail fraud

Juan Chavez, 31, of Milpitas was one of five people arrested May 12, 2018 on suspicion of mail and identity theft. Jorgina Orozco, 23, of Milpitas was one of five people arrested May 12, 2018 on suspicion of mail and identity theft.

Just one-quarter of voters backing Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith

A new poll shows Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith has the backing of only about a quarter of likely voters - a modest level of support for a five-term incumbent but still twice the total of her key challenger, retired Undersheriff John Hirokawa. The biggest group of likely voters - 51 percent - remain undecided on the race, allowing for a considerable shift before the June 5 election.

Comcast's machineQ Expands LoRaWAN IoT Network to San Francisco Bay Area

Comcast's enterprise IoT network services unit, machineQ, has lit up the San Francisco Bay area with its LoRaWAN-based network. With the latest rollout, startups and developers in cities including Cupertino, Fremont, Hayward, Menlo Park, Mountain View, Oakland, Palo Alto, Redwood City, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Clara and Sunnyvale can now connect to the cloud using the machineQ IoT network.

Apple now has more self-driving car permits in California than Waymo and Tesla

Just last year, Apple was in the backseat of an increasingly crowded competition for self-driving cars with Google-owned Waymo, Tesla and Uber vying for an edge. But now, the Cupertino tech giant is reaping the fruits of its ramped-up investment in the new technology, beating out Tesla and Waymo for the second-most self-driving car permits with the DMV, according to a report from the Apple-focused tech blog Mac Reports.

Silicon Mitus Designs Very High Efficiency Switched Capacitor for Fast Charging Applications

Silicon Mitus released the SM5428, a Switched Capacitor Battery Charger. The DC-DC converter has been highly optimized to meet the demands of the emerging fast charging applications in the USB Type-C market, offering a higher efficiency that allows for a reduced time to charge the battery and better management of the thermal dissipation during the recharging cycle of the device.

News of the Weird:

Even before it opened last year, Apple's spaceship building in Cupertino, California, presented a transparency problem: Its glass walls couldn't be distinguished from its glass doors, and since moving in on Jan. 2, several workers have been injured after walking into them. Apple's vice president of real estate and development, Dan Whisenhunt, told the local Rotary Club in January there hadn't been any problems with birds flying into the glass.

15 Bay Area Schools in the Top 100 High Schools in CA

Fifteen schools in the Bay Area are in the top 100 public high schools in California, according to a report. U.S. News ranked all of the public schools in the nation and in the top 100 are schools in Los Altos, San Jose, San Francisco, Cupertino, Saratoga, Los Gatos, San Mateo and Morgan Hill.

Housing Works names new executive director

Housing Works has named former Redmond city manager David Brandt to lead the regional housing authority, making him the third executive director in its history, the agency announced Thursday. Brandt said May 2 he would retire as city manager in Cupertino, California, where he's been the top administrator for six years.

Apple and Samsung face off in court over design patents once again - CNET

The two smartphone giants will meet in a San Jose, California, court for a week starting Monday to determine how much Samsung owes for illegally using three Apple design patents and two utility patents. The lawsuit, initially filed in 2011 , made it all the way to the Supreme Court in late 2016 before being sent back to the lower court.

Company bakes pizzas inside delivery trucks

Pizza chains have been using insulated delivery bags for years to make sure your food is still warm when it gets to your door. But what if your pizza could literally be straight out of the oven when it's delivered to you? Zume is a tech company responsible for "baked-on-the-way" technology that makes it possible for delivery vans to cook food while it's en route to a customer.

Santa Clara Co. Sheriff faces fiercest election challenge in two-decade tenure

Santa Clara County Sheriff candidate John Hirokawa speaks during the School Safety and Gun Violence Prevention Sheriff Candidate Forum at De Anza College in Cupertino, California, on Thursday, April 26, 2018. Santa Clara County Sheriff candidate Joe La Jeunesse, right, speaks as candidate John Hirokawa, left, listens during the School Safety and Gun Violence Prevention Sheriff Candidate Forum at De Anza College in Cupertino, California, on Thursday, April 26, 2018.

Santa Clara Co. Sheriff faces fiercest election challenge in two-decade tenure

Sheriff Laurie Smith is photographed after a news conference at the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department in San Jose, Calif., Wednesday, April 13, 2016. Sheriff's officials announced the break-up of a counterfeiting operation being run in Cupertino.

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