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UK: No visas for low-skilled workers,

Twitter acquires Chroma Labs, which makes tools for video and photo creation, will split team across product, design, and engineering, shut down Chroma Stories,

Alpha: A History in Facts and Comments,

Taplytics (YC W14) Is Hiring Engineering Team Lead and Technical Product Director,

GitHub: How to write the perfect pull request (2015),

Sources: Uber shuts down its customer support office in LA, laying off ~80 employees and outsourcing their jobs to a support office in Manila,

Well, Bill Gates is never going to buy a Tesla now,

DeFiance: billion-dollar finance, million-dollar hacks, and very little value,

Mozilla releases its VPN service Firefox Private Network on Android in a closed beta for $4.99/month,

London-based Concirrus, which builds an AI-based predictive analytics platform to help insurance providers rate customers, raises $20M Series B led by AlbionVC,

Ring belatedly makes 2FA mandatory,

YouTube Gaming's Most-Watched Videos Are Dominated by Scams and Cheats,

Makani’s time as an “other bet” comes to an end,

Rosalind: Learn bioinformatics by programming it,

UltraSense Systems, maker of ultrasound technology to sense movement and gestures through a range of materials like metal, glass, and wood, raises $20M Series B,

Swift Standard Library Preview Package,

Fifth Wall’s Brendan Wallace on coronavirus, WeWork and what’s shaking up proptech,

Ciphers and sympathetic ink: secret love letters in the Granville papers,

What a RICO charge means for Huawei,

New Uber Rules, Bomber-Inspired Jet Design, and More News,

Cloud spending said to top $30B in Q4 as Amazon, Microsoft battle for market share,

Judge rules that Huawei does not have grounds to sue the US government over a law banning federal agencies and their contractors from buying Huawei products,

Go Time Podcast, “Generics in Go with Ian Lance Taylor” (2019),

Alphabet takes the wind out of its Makani energy kites,

I Worked for a Criminal Organization,