2 hrs ago
Inside Bay Area
Erik's DeliCafe reopens in Cupertino with new look, menu
The restaurant has a redesigned interior and exterior, and added gluten-free baked goods to its menu of sandwiches, wraps, salads and soups.
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6 hrs ago
Securematics Eyes Growth In SMB Networking Distribution
After more than 10 years as a niche networking distributor, Securematics is looking to rise to the next level this year.
12 hrs ago
Nexenta to Showcase Advanced Software Defined Storage Solutions at CeBIT
SANTA CLARA, Calif. & AMSTERDAM -- -- Nexenta , the global leader of Software Defined Storage solutions, together with EUROstor , a leading German storage reseller, today announced that they will join forces at CeBIT 2014 at the Deutsche Messe in Hannover, Germany, March 10-14, to showcase the latest trends in Software Defined Storage.
16 hrs ago
San Jose Mercury News
Cupertino shorts: Free compost class set for March 15
Cupertino residents can learn how to compost in their own back yard by attending a free workshop on March 15 from 10 a.m. to noon.
21 hrs ago
Converge! Network Digest
ONS 2014 AT&T Keynote: SDN Innovations Drive Transformation
AT&T is on a mission to transform its networks, operations, business models and even culture by leveraging a new spirit of innovation, said John Donovan, Senior Executive Vice President for AT&T Technology and Network Operations, in a key note address at Open Networking Summit in Santa Clara, California.
The Fresno Bee
The Buzz: Lawmakers get beer, cigars and Morrissey tix; What could go wrong?
One state lawmaker reported receiving four bricks as a gift. Sacramento's Sloat Higgins Jensen & Associates lobbying firm has now lost three prominent clients it billed $636,000 last year as revelations surfaced that founder Kevin Sloat would pay a record-breaking $133,500 fine for giving prohibited campaign contributions to California officials.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Contra Costa Times
WCC basketball tournament schedule
No. 1 Gonzaga or No. 9 Santa Clara or No. 8 Pacific vs. No. 4 Saint Mary's or No.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
AT&T lays out 'radical' network changes with SDN
John Donovan, senior executive vice president of technology and network operations at AT&T, spoke on Tuesday at the Open Networking Summit in Santa Clara, California.
Broadcom hopes new specs can boost OpenFlow switch performance
Chip maker Broadcom has announced a new specification along with software and APIs to improve the performance of OpenFlow switches and to make it easier for hardware vendors to build products.
Santa Clara Police Searching For 3 Suspects In Separate Crimes Commited Minutes Apart
Police in Santa Clara were investigating two robberies committed about 15 minutes apart early Saturday morning and possibly by the same three suspects near Santa Clara University.
ONS Day 1: Pac-Man Escapes From Alcatraz
Open Networking Summit 2014 -- As you'd expect, the spotlight is very much on software-defined networking at ONS, a conclave of engineers, business leaders, and researchers from service providers, vendors, and the enterprise world gathered to discuss the latest trends in open source networking.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Twin Cities hospital hires new emergency nursing director
Kathleen Juvet of Nipomo has been hired as the new nursing director of the Emergency Department at Twin Cities Community Hospital in Templeton.
Software aids traceability for small, large operations
PTI Lite, produce traceability software rewritten in 2013, is designed for small- and mid-sized grower-packers who don't necessarily have elaborate accounting systems or Internet access.
Woman killed crossing Fremont street
Police spokeswoman Geneva Bosques said the collision was reported on Washington Avenue near Olive Avenue sometime around 6 a.m. The driver of the corvette - a 49-year-old Fremont man -- remained at the scene and called the accident into police.
Spark Integration Technologies Announces Newest Version of its...
Spark Integration Technologies, Inc. , a leading developer of software enabling simple, secure and resilient networks, today announced the release of version 4 of its Distrix Gateway Router.
Finesse Solutions Launches TruBio a C 3.5 Bioreactor Control Software ...
Finesse Solutions, Inc., Santa Clara, CA, a manufacturer of measurement and control solutions for life science process applications, announced the release of TruBio C version 3.5 bioreactor control software.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Usenix Fast (File and Storage Technologies) 2014 Conference Proceedings
In case you missed it, the 12th annual USENIX conference on File and Storage Technologies was recently held in Santa Clara, CA.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Governor signs $687 million emergency drought-relief legislation
Governor Jerry Brown Saturday morning signed a multi-million dollar drought-relief package as low reservoir levels continued to cause concern for residents across the state.
The Campbell Reporter
Internal Affairs: Santa Clara judges split over June 3 election
So much for neutrality. Ignoring an unofficial code of etiquette, seven Santa Clara County Superior Court judges so far have taken sides in a rare political battle involving one of their own.
Russian-born student from Bay Area to remain jailed in bomb case
A federal judge has reversed himself and decided that a Russian-born college student with ties to the Bay Area who is accused of building bombs in his central Pennsylvania apartment will remain jailed until trial.