PE HUB First Read

Sharp agrees to $6.2 billion bailout from Foxconn, the Nikkei reports.

Apple is said to be developing new secret measures that would make it impossible for the government to break into a locked iPhone.

Microsoft is buying Xamarin.

Computer science is now a high school graduation requirement in Chicago’s public school district.

Andreessen Horowitz names Nicira And VMware veteran Martin Casado its ninth general partner.

Senate Democratic Leader Harry Read endorses Hillary Clinton.

Tim Cook tells ABC that unlocking the San Bernardino iPhone would be “bad for America.”

Microsoft is buying venture capital-backed mobile cross-platform development company Xamarin.

U.S. looks to Facebook and private groups to battle online extremism.

KKR is weighing closing its Calgary office as its top dealmaker goes to Menlo Park, reports Bloomberg.

Bubbl launches Air, the “world’s first” social media keyboard.

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