Today the Cyanogen team announced the had acquired $23 million in additional funding, paving the way for new projects, including the creation of a new design language.
CyanogenMod’s Screencast app is available in beta on the Google Play Store, although certain conditions have to be met to run it on your Android device.
The CyanogenMod team has released CM 11.0 M1 for all actively AOSP-supported Nexus devices including all variants of the Nexus 7, the Nexus 4, the Nexus 5 and the Nexus 10.
Stable builds of CyanogenMod 10.2, the last CM release based on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, are now rolling out for supported devices. Red of for more info!
Oppo announced it will begin selling the hotly anticipated N1 on December 10. The Oppo N1 will retail for $599 unlocked in the United States and for €449 in Europe.
There was more than the Black Friday frivolity in the world of Android this week. We heard some juicy rumors about the upcoming Galaxy S5, Microsoft caused an uproar with the Scroogled campaign, and the removal of CM Installer from the Play Store raised questions.
The CyanogenMod Installer application has been removed from the Google Play Store at Google’s request. Read on for more details!
This week in your world of Android, KitKat hit a Verizon phone before a Nexus, Cyanogen teased a new partner, news of a smart new Camera API surfaced, we heard rumors of Galaxy S5’s processor, Google updated several of its apps, and Samsung got slapped with a $290 million fine.
The CyanogenMod team has teased a new hardware partner on Google+, saying that it will reveal more details about it in the coming weeks.
The mystery CyanogenMod phone plot thickens. A senior executive has just left Oppo, possibly to start a new brand of smartphones running Steve Kondik’s popular custom ROM.