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Razer acquires Nextbit, Fitbit sheds 110 jobsToday in tech news, Razer acquires Nextbit, Dropbox's online productivity tool leaves a long beta and Fitbit cuts 110 jobs.
This is c/net and here are the stories that matter right now. In a surprising move gaming prefered maker Razer has smartphone brand Nextbit and company's staff on board. It's unclear what the mobile startup's role will be at Razer but the company's original goal was to create a cloud first smartphone. But when its device called the Robin debuted, it was greeted with a mixed reception. After nearly two years of being stuck in beta, Dropbox's web-based productivity app called Paper is finally being released to the public. The online collaboration tool lets users create to-do lists, assign tasks Track progress and organize various types of content. A mobile version of Paper is also available. [MUSIC] Finally, wearable maker Fitbit will shed roughly 6% of its workforce, which is 110 employees. This comes after disappointing sales failed to meet revenue projections even though the company had sold 6.5 million devices in the last three months. Spells trouble for the wearable category in general is Fitbit, the market's leader. [MUSIC] You can stay up with the latest by downloading the Cnet tech today app in the Apple app store.