Posts tagged as: Jump

Is Over Regulation Killing The Rental eScooter Business?

There is a great read by the people at City Lab on how over regulation effects the rental eScooter business. The post shows how San Diego on paper looks like perfect e-scooter rental market. Sun, tourists, nice flat roads and good night life are just a few things that you would make the city a […]

JUMP Scooter Pilot In San Francisco Now Includes Adaptive E-Scooters

Uber’s scooter rental service, JUMP has begun its adaptive scooter pilot in partnership with San Francisco Bike Rentals. This is part of Uber’s permit with the city of San Francisco, which requires all electric scooter operators to pilot adaptive scooter share. “We’re committed to helping improve access to transportation for everyone in San Francisco and […]

More eScooters Hit The Streets Of San Francisco

A few more thousands electric scooters will hit the street San Francisco today, as three companies now have permits to sell their rides in the city by the bay. People who are not fans of of eScoots, did get city hall to cut the maximum number of scooters which each permit holder may put out […]

New Florida Law Open More Areas In Tampa To eScooters

Bird, Lime, Spin and JUMP riders in Tampa are now free to ride on the city streets and bike lanes. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has signed CS/HBl 453, Micromobility Devices, allowing e-scooters to be treated as bikes, but allows the county or municipality to regulate the operation of micromobility devices. The city right now allows […]

Uber Buys Bike Rental Firm Jump

Uber members will soon be able torent electric bicycles through the app, now the ride-sharing firm has acquired US bike-hire firm Jump. Jump was weighing a $100 million offer from Uber or a new investment round. The competition was hot, but Uber ultimately won. Jump is a New York based firm which rents electric-powered “pedal […]

Google Cardboard Coming to to iOS

Google has provided a small update to its Cardboard virtual reality product. To start, the actual viewer is now larger and simpler to assemble. Google says it will fit phones with screens up to 6 inches, and the viewer assembles in 3 steps rather than 12. Further, Google updated the Cardboard SDK so developers can […]

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