A mystery buyer is now the proud new owner of the Pope’s iPad.
Within half an hour, the company appeared to sell out the initial batch of watches that were available for the first official day of shipping on April 24.
Apple is backtracking on its policy that banned construction workers with recent felonies at its new campus in Cupertino.
The company overseeing the Apple construction site said workers with felony convictions do “not meet owner standards.”
Some South Bay high school students are getting lessons in engineering that will carry them a long way outside the classroom, and it’s thanks to this week’s Jefferson Award winner.
The U.S. Geological Survey reports a 2.2 magnitude earthquake struck after 11 a.m. in Silicon Valley, just hours after a 4.2 magnitude quake hit Coalinga.
Shortly after 9 a.m., the man drove his car into a Starbucks located at the intersection of South De Anza and Stevens Creek.
One person was taken to a hospital Wednesday following a construction accident in Cupertino Wednesday afternoon, according to fire officials.
A magnitude 2.0 earthquake struck right at the surface in Cupertino Wednesday afternoon.
Because of the amount of foot traffic Apple brings to malls, in many cases, the stores are able to negotiate for a better rental deal.