Apple to Identify What Personal Info Being Collected By AppsTo better inform its customers, Apple is identifying what kinds of personal information apps are collecting in its app stores for iPhones and other products.
Apple Settles For $113M With State Attorneys Over iPhone Battery SlowdownApple settled a lawsuit this week for $113 million that attorney generals from 34 states filed against the tech company over failing to inform customers that software updates would slow down older iPhones.
2 Arrested In Catalytic Converter Theft In Cupertino Shopping CenterTwo men were arrested after Santa Clara County sheriff's deputies found them allegedly cutting the catalytic converter out of a vehicle in the parking lot of a Cupertino shopping center early Thursday morning, sheriff's officials said.
Apple's Smaller Rivals Unite to Fight iPhone App Store RulesSpotify and the makers of Fortnite and Tinder are taking on Apple and Google as part of a newly formed coalition calling for "fair treatment" in the way the tech giants run their app stores.
Driver Arrested In San Jose After Deputy Pursuit, Standoff End PeacefullySanta Clara County Sheriff's deputies confirmed a suspect was arrested early Tuesday morning after a pursuit and several-hour standoff that included the man threatening to cut himself and challenging officers to fight.
Woman Dies In Crash on HWY 280 Onramp In CupertinoThe person who died was driving a 2003 Lexus on the ramp from northbound Highway 85 to southbound Highway 280 when she apparently lost control of the vehicle and drove over an elevated dirt median.
Apple Granted Patent For Software Allowing For Socially Distant Group SelfiesThe US Patent and Trademark Office recently granted Cupertino-based Apple a patent for software that would allow for "synthetic group selfies," or socially distant group selfies.
Apple Reportedly Offering Coronavirus Tests To Employees Returning To Cupertino HeadquartersApple employees returning to its Silicon Valley headquarters will reportedly have the option of getting tested for the coronavirus.
Early-Morning Fire Torches Auto Repair Shop, Vehicles In CupertinoA two-alarm fire damaged an auto shop in Cupertino as well as 10 vehicles there early Tuesday morning, according to the Santa Clara County Fire Department.
Child Injured In Mountain Lion Attack On Santa Clara County Park TrailA 6-year-old girl was injured while walking on a trail after an attack by animal suspected to be a mountain lion at the Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve on Sunday, park officials said.
Teen Arrested On Suspicion Of 8 Cupertino Car Burglaries, May Be Involved In MoreAuthorities in the South Bay have arrested a teenage suspect in connection with a series of car burglaries that happened during the summer last year.
Some Cupertino Neighbors Miffed About Not Getting Apple Park Event InvitationsFor Apple, it was meant to be an olive branch -- an opportunity for neighbors who endured the inconvenience of construction to get a close-up look at the company's innovative "spaceship" campus.
Apple Breaks Ground On New Austin, Texas CampusThe 133-acre campus, which is expected to open in 2022, will initially house 5,000 employees, with the capacity to grow to 15,000.
Video Shows Apparent Close Call During Vallco Mall Demolition In CupertinoDramatic video of a mall wall collapsing during a demolition job in Cupertino appears to show falling debris just missing construction workers and passing cars.
Vallco Redevelopment Battle In Cupertino Highlights Barriers To Building Homes In The Bay AreaThe Bay Area earned a new title this year: the region is officially the most expensive place to build in the world.