January 26, 2015, 6:05 AM

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Mike Beasley / 9to5Mac:
Tweetbot for Mac pulled from App Store after authentication issues, possibly tied to Twitter token limits  —  Twitter's war on developers continues: Tweetbot for Mac falls victim to token limit, gets pulled from App Store  —  In November, 9to5Mac brought you an exclusive interview …
Jon Southurst / CoinDesk:
Coinbase to launch first regulated US bitcoin exchange on Monday, approved by half of all state regulators  —  Coinbase Secures Approval to Launch Regulated US Bitcoin Exchange  —  Bitcoin wallet and brokerage Coinbase is set to launch a US exchange on Monday - one that is already approved by 50% of all state regulators.
Ashlee Vance / Businessweek:
Profile of OneWeb founder Greg Wyler and his plan to launch 648 low-orbit internet satellites by 2018 amid burgeoning competition  —  The New Space Race: One Man's Mission to Build a Galactic Internet  —  Greg Wyler is friendly and gregarious and talks about his business plans with a fervor that borders on the religious.
More: Wired
Aloysius Low / CNET:
Xiaomi Mi Note review: refined hardware, distinct design, limited LTE support outside of Asia  —  Xiaomi's latest flagship dazzles with quality design  —  The Good The Xiaomi Mi Note's refined steel and glass design is as good as any.  Impressively, Xiaomi crams a 13-megapixel camera …
More: Forbes
Kyle Orland / Ars Technica:
PlayStation Now performs remarkably well on a fast connection, proving game streaming can work  —  With PlayStation Now, Sony proves that game streaming works  —  When Sony launched its PlayStation Now service as a beta last year, the ridiculous per-game rental pricing structure stopped us …
More: GameSpot
Quinn Norton / Medium:
Barrett Brown sentence shows increasing dangers of security journalism, and why reporters should step back until laws are fixed  —  We Should All Step Back from Security Journalism  —  I'll Go First  —  I started studying the computer underground back when I worked in tech, as an early web developer, in the mid 1990s.
The Verge:
11 of 14 projects in Sundance Film Festival's experimental showcase use virtual reality  —  How virtual reality ate the Sundance Film Festival  —  The future of independent film may not be film at all  —  The most buzzworthy feature of 2015's Sundance Film Festival isn't a film at all …

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