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Moto Z2 Force officially announced with a new dual-camera setup, thinner design

by Jimmy Westenberg 15 hours ago20 comments

Meet the latest Moto Mod: a snap-on 360-degree camera

by Brian Reigh 15 hours ago0 comments

Plastic OLED is about to come back in a big way

by Robert Triggs 9 hours ago0 comments

Google releases Android O Developer Preview 4

by Jimmy Westenberg 2 days ago0 comments
142 articles

Whatever happened to CyanogenMod? What is LineageOS?

This post explains everything you need to know about CyanogenMod and its new successor LineageOS. Just what happened to Cyanogen and should you try Lineage?
by Adam Sinicki3 weeks ago38

Cyanogen Inc. shuts down services and OS; open-source CyanogenMod project will remain

Sneaking the big news on the long holiday weekend, Cyanogen Inc. has announced discontinuation of the operating system and all services by December 31.
by Abhishek BaxiDecember 24, 201628

Cyanogen: where did it go wrong?

After bitter disputes and company infighting, the future of Cyanogen, Inc. is pretty uncertain. Here's a recap of where it all went wrong for the company.
by Dane O'LearyDecember 13, 201677

Is CyanogenMod about to become Lineage Android Distribution?

A GitHub page titled Lineage Android Distribution is being updated with CyanogenMod content, suggesting that this is the new home of the project.
by Scott Adam GordonDecember 13, 201610
 
 

CyanogenMod 14.1 now available for Nexus 5, Galaxy S3, Nextbit Robin and more

More CyanogenMod 14.1 nightlies have rolled out and supported devices now include the Nexus 5, Galaxy S3, Nextbit Robin, and others.
by Scott Adam GordonDecember 5, 20165

Steve Kondik is officially out of Cyanogen Inc.

"Cyanogen has separated ties with Steve Kondik, allowing him to continue to forge his path as he sees fit."
by Scott Adam GordonDecember 2, 20165

Cyanogen Inc. co-founder Steve Kondik speaks out about company failings

Cyanogen Inc. co-founder Steve Kondik has posted a statement explaining his views on the company's recent problems and partner Kirt McMaster.
by Scott Adam GordonDecember 1, 201622

Cyanogen Inc. reportedly laying off more workers and closing Seattle office

A new report claims that Cyanogen Inc. is laying off more of its work force and will close its Seattle office by the end of 2016.
by John CallahamNovember 28, 20167

Comment from Steve Kondik fuels uncertainty surrounding CyanogenMod

A comment from CTO and co-founder Steve Kondik fuels rumors that the company is indeed changing its focus away from OS development.
by Bogdan PetrovanSeptember 14, 201620

Inspection of Cyanogen documents casts doubt on reported usage numbers

Cyanogen Inc. CEO Kirt McMaster has claimed that there are 50 million CyanogenMod users worldwide, but data regarding active users looks far lower.
by John DyeAugust 17, 201628
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