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HOVSCO HovBeta e-bike arrives with a 60-mile range and detachable battery torch - NotebookCheck.net News

The HOVSCO HovBeta e-bike is now available to pre-order in the US. The bicycle has a top speed of 28 mph (~45 kph) and can assist you at speeds up to 20 mph (~32 mph). A detachable battery provides a range of 60 miles (~100 km) and doubles as a torch. Plus, the bike comes with a smartphone app, built-in LCD and USB charging port.

Moto Razr 2022 pricing is revealed a day in advance of the flagship-grade foldable's launch - NotebookCheck.net News

Samsung is on track to launch its latest top-end foldable devices during the major Unpacked event of today (August 10, 2022). That may be why Motorola has chosen to go ahead and unveil a crucial detail on its potential contender the Moto Razr 2022. Considering the new clamshell's specs, the starting price in question has the potential to blow its Flip4 rival out of the water.

Xiaomi Redmi K50 Extreme Edition: Specifications, design and launch date revealed as Geekbench listing surfaces - NotebookCheck.net News

Specifications, design and the launch date of the Redmi K50 Extreme Edition have already been confirmed. Equipped with a 108 MP primary camera, the Redmi K50 Extreme Edition will also have a 1.5K display. A Geekbench listing has shown that the Redmi K50 Extreme Edition will make goo duse of its Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset too.

Nothing quietly changes Nothing Phone (1) specifications after release - NotebookCheck.net News

At launch, Nothing advertised the Nothing Phone (1) as being capable of reaching 1,200 nits when viewing HDR content. Considering the smartphone's price, this would have been an impressive feature, if it were true. Instead, Nothing has subsequently changed its advertising, following the publication of numerous reviews quoting this incorrect peak brightness value.

OnePlus Ace Pro is China's latest 150W SUPERVOOC charging smartphone - NotebookCheck.net News

OnePlus is one of the handful of OEMs obliged to postpone the launch of a new smartphone in China recently. However, its event is now officially back on, with a new and imminent date and time instead. It will introduce the Ace Pro, already widely acknowledged as the Android 12-powered 10T for a new market.

Pixel 6a versus Galaxy S22 Ultra camera comparison: not a fair fight – Phandroid

Google's new Pixel 6a has been getting a lot of good and bad attention lately. While there's some debate over the phone's lackluster display, most reviews agree that the Pixel 6a has one of the best camera setups for a mid-range smartphone. The Pixel 6a can easily outperform most other mid-range smartphones, but how does it fare when stacked up against a device like the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra? The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra takes smartphone camera hardware to the next level with a 108MP main camera, two zo

Google Pixel Fold to launch with innovative 'ultra-micro-hole camera' for superior display image quality - NotebookCheck.net News

Digital Chat Station has shared more details about the Pixel Fold, a device that the leaker previously mentioned in the same breath as the Pixel 7 Ultra. Purportedly, Google's first foldable smartphone will depart from other foldable smartphones that rely on under-display cameras. According to the leaker, Google will include a camera within the Pixel Fold's frame to preserve display image quality.

Xiaomi MIX Fold 2: Launch date, form factor and Leica cameras for upcoming flagship foldable smartphone - NotebookCheck.net News

Xiaomi has previewed the MIX Fold 2, its next-generation foldable smartphone that will arrive a day after the launch of the Galaxy Z Fold4. Sporting a similar design, the MIX Fold 2 will be noticeably thinner than the Galaxy Z Fold4, even more so than the Surface Duo 2. Better still, the MIX Fold 2 will launch with Leica-tuned cameras too, the fourth smartphone to do so since Xiaomi and Leica announced their collaboration.

ZTE Axon 40 Ultra: high-end smartphone without any bothersome notch or hole - NotebookCheck.net News

The Axon 40 Ultra is the latest flagship smartphone from ZTE. The device doesn't just offer high-end specifications, but also features a unique camera setup.

Mobile Games Publisher Animoca Raises Funding From Intel, IDG-Accel – TechCrunch

Smartphone games developer and publisher Outblaze Ventures, better known as Animoca, has raised an undisclosed amount of funding in a Series A round led by Intel Capital and IDG-Accel (which tapped its China Growth Fund III). Since its debut in January 2011, Animoca says it has released more than 150 games and education apps for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets.

EyeEm App Picks Up The Pace As Startups Fight For The Photo Crown – TechCrunch

Pretender to the Instagram throne, EyeEm, a camera and photo discovery app startup, has launched a big update across its Android and iOS apps and the supporting web platform. It's now even even more about visual, location-based search and has also introduced more social features. For the last couple of years one of the main battles around smartphone apps has been around photo apps. One of the main ones to beat in this reach has been Instagram which recently reached around 14 million users, but there's a ba

News Aggregator Thoora Shuts Down After Taking 2 Years To Launch – TechCrunch

Just 3 months after its public launch following 2 years of private beta, content discovery engine Thoora today announced that it will shut down. Thoora's website, Android tablet app, Wordpress plugin, and all user data will be blinked out of existence on December 15th. Its failure to get a working smartphone app out the door allowed services like Flipboard and sites like Techmeme to swoop in and solve the information overload problem more beautifully and efficiently. The shuttering should serve as a lesson

Maker Of Taxi-Ordering App myTaxi Raises €10 Million From Daimler, Lars Hinrichs – TechCrunch

Intelligent Apps, the Hamburg, Germany-based startup behind popular taxi ordering smartphone application myTaxi, has raised 10 million euros in growth funding from car2go, a subsidiary of Daimler, Germany’s third largest carmaker. XING and Hackfwd founder Lars Hinrichs also participated in the financing round, as did previous backers T-Venture (Deutsche Telekom) and KfW Bankengruppe. According to Bloomberg Businessweek, Daimler took a 15 percent stake in the mobile apps developer. Intelligent Apps claims

Maker of taxi-ordering app myTaxi raises €10 million from Daimler, Lars Hinrichs – TechCrunch

Intelligent Apps, the Hamburg, Germany-based startup behind popular taxi ordering smartphone application myTaxi, has raised 10 million euros in growth funding from car2go, a subsidiary of Daimler, Germany’s third largest carmaker. XING and Hackfwd founder Lars Hinrichs also participated in the financing round, as did previous backers T-Venture (Deutsche Telekom) and KfW Bankengruppe. According to Bloomberg Businessweek, Daimler took a 15 percent stake in the mobile apps developer.

ShoeBox App Now Integrates With Facebook Timeline, Lets You Add Photos To Years Past – TechCrunch

ShoeBox, the mobile app that lets you scan old photos and post them online, is today announcing Facebook Timeline integration. Using the newly released version of the ShoeBox iOS application, users will be able to scan photographs of family and friends using their smartphone, tag users by name, and then share those photos to Facebook. But here's the really cool part: ShoeBox is one of the first Timeline-integrated apps that's letting you post photos into the past. By that, I mean you can edit the date on y

Garage Sale App Rumgr Raises $500K From Zappos CEO (And Others) – TechCrunch

Three Zappos alums are trying to replicate the garage sale experience on your smartphone — and their startups Rumgr just raised a $500,000 seed round from a group of investors that includes Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh. Co-founder Dylan Bathurst said the basic idea came from his own attempts at selling furniture before a move. When users open the app, they're presented with a list of goods that people nearby are offering for sale. If they see something they like, there's a public chat associated with each item,

Vibergrowth: 50 Million Users, 150 Million Calls And Nearly A Billion Text Messages Per Month – TechCrunch

Viber, the smartphone app that lets people call and text other users free of charge, has recently surpassed 50 million registered users. Yes, but how many of them are active users, you ask, critically?

Pops Raises $1.5M From Mangrove To Sexify Mobile Notifications – TechCrunch

Pops, maker of an application that adds another dimension to the mobile notifications people receive on their Android smartphones, has raised $1.5 million from Mangrove Capital Partners, who were early investors in companies like Skype, Rdio, OpenX, Kupivip.ru, Nimbuzz and Wix. The Pops app basically enables mobile users to customize smartphone alerts, including new email, SMS, Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and whatnot in a more creative way than you're used to.

Alert: Social Media Is Eating Into Carrier Revenues, And It’s Only Getting Worse – TechCrunch

Twitter, Facebook and other social networks have long counted on the rise in smartphone usage to help fuel their growth: that trend, however, seems to also be taking a toll on mobile carriers -- specifically in the form of revenues. The analyst firm of Ovum, part of the Informa Group, has estimated that operators lost $13.9 billion in SMS revenue in 2011, as a result of their customers using services like Twitter and Facebook to message each other instead of the carriers' own text messaging services -- a b

comScore: Japan, An Early Mover In Mobile, Trails The U.S., Others In Smartphones – TechCrunch

Smartphone users are, country by country, starting to gradually outnumber those who are using feature phones, and at the same time, consumers have passed a different kind of penetration: a majority are now using mobile devices to do a lot more than just make phone calls. A lengthy annual report out from comScore today, surveying mobile usage across Canada, France, Germany Italy, Japan, Spain, the U.S. and U.K., found that mobile media usage has passed the 50 percent mark, meaning that more than half of us

The Serge SDK Can Find Almost Any Brand You Shoot With Your Smartphone – TechCrunch

Have you ever wanted to take a picture of a purse and figure out where to buy it instantly? Probably not, but now you can. Serge has built a mobile search engine that uses voice, music, vision, barcode, QR code, location, augmented reality and video recognition technology to connect users directly with brands. So, unlike a Google, you'd take a picture of a pair of Nike shoes with the Serge search, and the engine would instantly direct you to Nike.com.

Twilio Calling: Cloud Telephony Startup Adds An Android SDK, Now Works On 75% Of All Smartphones – TechCrunch

Cloud-based telephony API startup Twilio has made significant inroads into VoIP and other carrier services like SMS by launching products that work on the web and in iOS apps, supporting 30,000 developers in the process. Today it's widening that net considerably with the launch of a new Android client, the first SDK from the company to work on Google's platform. And it hints that Windows Phone may be next in line. Considering that Android is currently the most popular smartphone platform globally, this pot

Nielsen: U.S. Consumers Avg App Downloads Up 28% To 41; 4 Of 5 Most Popular Belong To Google – TechCrunch

With smartphone penetration now at 50 percent in the U.S., the world of apps is seeing a knock-on effect in their popularity: according to a new report from Nielsen, mobile consumers are downloading more apps than ever before, with the average number of apps owned by a smartphone user now at 41 -- a rise of 28 percent on the 32 apps owned on average last year. But at the same time, there are hints of people possibly approaching a limit to how much they might use them: despite the rise in app numbers, the a

Play Safe For Android Locks Down Your Phone So Kids Can (Safely) Play – TechCrunch

Sometimes you just gotta do your own thing. Such was the case with Boris Vaisman, who dropped out of Y Combinator's winter batch (where he was on kid-safe phone lockdown tool, Kyte). Says Vaisman, it was just a matter of "having a different vision in terms of how to move forward." So what has Vaisman, along with co-founder Ankush Agarwal, now launched instead? Play Safe, an app for Android that lets kids safely play games on your own smartphone.

Sequoia Invests $8 Million In Messaging App Maker WhatsApp: Sources – TechCrunch

Messaging apps that let you use your smartphone to text or chat with your friends or even large groups of people, often free of charge, are red hot. We've heard from a reliable source that one of the companies making waves in the space, WhatsApp, has just secured $8 million in financing from Sequoia Capital, and possibly other investors. WhatsApp enables users of iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Nokia Symbian60 devices to exchange text messages, images, audio and even video messages with one another.