Does OnePlus manage to stand true to its “Never Settle” tag? We find out in this in-depth OnePlus One review!
On Sunday, the CyanogenMod team began pushing out the M6 release of CyanogenMod 11, based on Android 4.4. Moving forward, the plan is to release milestone versions of CyanogenMod every two weeks, replacing the old Stable/Release Candidate system.
The creator and leader of CyanogenMod, Steve Kondik, kindly sat for an interview with our Josh Vergara, at the end of a long launch day in Beijing. Check it out!
Cyanogen’s new logo and brand identity reflects the values and aspirations of the ambitious project, with customization, security, and openness at the center.
A leak showing the lockscreen of CyanogenMod 11S gives us the first glimpse and the software UI of the upcoming OnePlus One.
We’ve sat down with Carl Pei, who handles international relations for OnePlus, to talk about the company’s goals and plans for the next two years. Here’s the interview.
Today you can grab the latest M3 build of CyanogenMod 11 for a range of devices, including the HTC One, Galaxy S4, LG G2, and Nexus 7.
Earlier today we reported that AOKP’s Roman Birg was joining Cyanogen Inc, and now it looks like chaOS ROM founder Clark Scheff is also joining the team!
It looks like change is heading the Android modding community’s way. AOKP’s founder Roman Birg has now officially taken a job at Cyanogen Inc!
The CyanogenMod team explains how over-the-air (OTA) updates work and why it can take a lot of time to patch bugs on CM devices.