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If so, it's not letting on. In its latest advertisement, the South Korean technology giant turns the table on Apple's boosters, many of whom are on the outside looking in amid Samsung's runaway success selling oversized smartphone-tablet hybrids to consumers.
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Apple is apparently going big with its next-generation iPhone, both in the terms of screen size and production volume.
Borelli Investment Company anticipates starting construction this week on Saich Way Station, a roughly 15,000-square-foot, $10.4 million retail center at 2803 Stevens Creek Blvd. at Saich Way.
Apple sold more Macs than it did in the same quarter last year, keeping its better-than-the-industry string alive, according to analysts who cover the Cupertino, Calif.
The lease term was due to expire soon and the owner sold the property to a hotel developer.
If that 2016 opening date for Apple's new "spaceship" campus was starting to sound a little overambitious, take heart.
A short drive and a mildly strenuous hike deliver great rewards at one of the South Bay's most accessible open spaces.
A classic work from the pen of the most famous playwright in history is returning to Cupertino for yet another summer.
JW House, an independent nonprofit located on the Santa Clara campus of Kaiser Permanente, is participating in the first nationwide Healthcare Hospitality Week with a series of events.
False registration--July 5, 4:17 a.m. Stevens Creek Boulevard and Portal Avenue.
The city of Cupertino wants to add your voice to its future plans for the Cupertino Civic Center.
The city of Cupertino is talking trees again and could wrap up 2014 or begin 2015 with new rules for protecting certain trees.
Cupertino resident and former mayor Patrick Kwok has been selected as the new chairman of the board for Asian Americans for Community Involvement.
As open space continues tightening and the city's population expands, the city is looking to get creative when it comes to bolstering its parklands.
Apple will pay up to $400 million to compensate consumers ensnared in a plot to raise the prices of digital books unless the company overturns a court decision Tennessee consumers sharing in Apple e-books settlement Apple will pay up to $400 million to compensate consumers ensnared in a plot to raise the prices of digital books unless the company ... (more)
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