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Cupertino Planning Commission to review Parkside Trails development in September
A project that will bring more than a dozen homes to the southwestern tip of Cupertino could be reviewed by a city commission in early September.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Lynbrook High library renovations in the works
Modifications are planned for Lynbrook High's library . The Fremont Union High School District could soon be writing a new chapter for the Lynbrook High School library.
Cupertino students develop StudyTrove to help peers prepare for tests
John Siano , a Cupertino High School senior, and Jason Chu, from The Harker School, have created the education website StudyTrove.com.
Blotter: Driver in possession of meth in Cupertino
Aug. 10, 11:13 p.m. Stevens Creek Boulevard and Randy Lane. A driver was pulled over for not having tail lights.
San Jose Mercury News
Cupertino shorts: Senior center needs help with new program
Cupertino business owner Jane Carter was recognized Aug. 2 in New York City by the board of Dance Teacher Magazine as the recipient of the 2014 Dance Teacher Award in the private studio and conservatory category.
Savioke's first robot begins its career as a hotel bellhop
Botlr debuted today in the Cupertino Aloft hotel, where it is delivering small items like toothbrushes and newspapers to guests.
Local Tech Wire
AT&T to beat Google with gigabit Internet in Silicon Valley
AT&T says it will offer its ultrafast Internet and entertainment service in Google's backyard of Cupertino, Calif.
Startup Promises Sub-$20 DNA Test
CUPERTINO, Calif. Startup InSilixa has developed a chip it claims can run highly accurate DNA tests in an hour for less than $20 per test on a handheld reader that will cost about $250.
Apple's stock bounces back to hit a new high
The milestone represents a dramatic turnaround in sentiment since Apple's shares reached its previous split-adjusted peak of $100.72 in September 2012.
High school student creates mobile add-on to diagnose malaria
Last month we reported on an app which can identify malaria , and now a California student has developed an add-on for smartphones which can help identify the disease.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Laser Tweezers Make It Easier To See How Malaria Infects Red Blood...
Half of the world's population is at risk for malaria, according to the World Health Organization - and new science is one step closer to developing a vaccine for this life-threatening disease.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
The Willits News
Bay Area golfer, 90, aces same hole twice
"I'm almost blind in my right eye, so I didn't see it go in," Carapiet, a 25 handicap, said of his first ace.
Hotel's Robotic Butler Is Not Quite 'Rosie'
Aloft Hotels this week announced the launch of a new, robotic "butler" at the company's Cupertino, Calif., location.
Apple shifts leadership page to showcase diverse VPs
Three days after Apple released its diversity report and CEO Tim Cook he was "not satisfied" by the figures, the company refreshed its executive leadership page to show it does have some diversity.
Robot butlers dismissed as 'gimmick'
Starwood is currently trying out the machines with a view to using the butlers in 100 hotels across the world.
Design And Reuse
Bitcoin ASIC in Chips-to-$ Race
CUPERTINO, Calif. – In eight short months, startup CoinTerra designed a 28nm ASIC that pushes the envelope in logic power density and shipped a system using four of them.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
More than six iPhones later: Apple bans use of two toxic chemicals in product assembly
Apple is still allowing use of the two chemicals during the early production phases of its products - activities that primarily take place at hundreds of other factories besides the ones responsible for the final assembly of the devices.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Inside Bay Area
Fremont: Ever-growing Festival of India celebrates South Asian culture
There's a dance-off going on all weekend in the parking lot of the Fremont Hall of Justice, where a stage has been set for about 100 troupes vying for trophies and bragging rights as top of their league.