Techmeme
February 23, 2016, 3:40 PM

Top News

Devlin Barrett / Wall Street Journal:
Justice Department pursuing court orders to force Apple to extract data from about 12 other iPhones; cases don't involve terrorism, according to sources  —  Justice Department Seeks to Force Apple to Extract Data From About 12 Other iPhones  —  Apple embroiled in phone court fights beyond San Bernardino …
Kyle Orland / Ars Technica:
Valve releases SteamVR performance tool to test whether a PC is capable of smooth experience running high-end VR  —  Valve releases tool to test whether your PC is VR ready  —  See if your system is up for the upcoming HTC Vive.  —  With HTC beginning to take pre-orders …
Ginny Marvin / Search Engine Land:
Google To Shut Down Google Compare Products In US And UK On March 23  —  Google's lead generation product known as Google Compare, will start sunsetting this week.  —  In an email sent to partners and acquired by Search Engine Land, the Google Compare Team told Compare partners on Monday night …
Leo Kelion / BBC:
Mastercard to accept selfies and fingerprints as password alternatives for online payments this summer in UK, US, Canada, and parts of Europe  —  MWC 2016: Mastercard rolls out selfie ID checks  —  Credit card firm Mastercard has confirmed it will accept selfie photos and fingerprints …
Alex Sherman / Bloomberg Business:
Sources: Time interested in Yahoo's core business, heard pitch from Citigroup bankers on potential Yahoo deal  —  Time Inc. Said to Be Interested in Joining Fray of Yahoo Suitors  —  Time said to have heard Citigroup bankers' pitch on Yahoo deal  —  Time said to consider tax-free structure Reverse Morris Trust
Jason Del Rey / Re/code:
Sources: Whole Foods investing undisclosed sum in Instacart, signs new five-year deal, making Instacart exclusive delivery partner for its perishable business  —  Whole Foods to Invest in Instacart, Signs New Multi-Year Delivery Deal  —  Whole Foods and Instacart are taking their relationship to the next level.
More: BetaBoston
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Famous, formerly the controversial people-trading app Stolen, hits Android after App Store ban  —  Famous, Formerly The Controversial People-Trading App Stolen, Banned From App Store, Hits Android  —  The creators of a buzzy but controversial mobile game called Stolen …
 

About This Page

This is a Techmeme archive page. It shows how the site appeared at 3:40 PM ET, February 23, 2016.

The most current version of the site as always is available at our home page. To view an earlier snapshot click here and then modify the date indicated.

More News

Earlier Picks

Andrew J . Hawkins / The Verge:
Roger Cheng / CNET:
Jordan Novet / VentureBeat: