by Jules Wang | July 27, 2015 7:59 PM
OnePlus was the start-up talk of the town last year. A company backed by some veterans from the early times of Android could become that talk of the town for 2015. After a few months of development silence, it looks like Nextbit is back for a bite at the Android smartphone market. You can hit up the work-in-progress site at the source link below. Hints of branding pop up through the site, looking for potential customers who want the "NEXT NOW." Nextbit is also looking for some major staff positions including Product Manager and Software Engineer. In 2014, the company took an $18 ...
by Stephen Schenck | August 27, 2014 12:48 PM
Is there any real mystery left in smartphones? We've got all these companies teasing their IFA announcements, and while many aren't outright announcing new products already (except you, LG – you're a kook), they're pretty much doing everything but. And while there's still a lot of uncertainty around products like the new iPhones, few of us are doubting that the phones themselves exist. How about some news that's quite a bit more open-ended? We've got just the thing, as there's something going on right now between Cyanogen and Nextbit, but no one seems to have a good idea of just what ...
by Stephen Schenck | January 15, 2014 5:56 PM
As technology enthusiasts, we're always looking for the next big thing. Sometimes it will arrive from out the blue to surprise us, while other times we're able to get it on our radar early and follow its development. One that's getting a lot of attention this week is an upstart called Nextbit, due both to the pedigree of its employees, and the $18 million in funding it was just able to put together. But there's one big question hanging over Nextbit: just what does it do? Here's what we know: Nextbit was founded by Tom Moss, who has served two separate stints at Google, and the team he's ...
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