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!
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.
Here’s a juicy rumor to spice up your afternoon. Cyanogen is supposedly working on a phone (different from the Oppo N1) that will run CyanogenMod out of the box and be priced very attractively.
This week, the new Nexus got the “forgot in a bar” treatment, the One Max revealed a little more of its secrets, we peered into the future of Android KitKat and beyond, Cyanogen dropped the bomb on us, Nvidia showed us its Note, and we remembered that HP does Android.
Going commercial and securing funding allows the team to fully focus on improving and growing CyanogenMod, and the partnership with Oppo is promising, but is it enough? Can Cyanogen make it as a business?
To clarify Cyanogen’s plans for the future, Steve Kondik, Koushik Dutta, and Abhisek Devkota, three of the leading figures of the Cyanogen project, took to Reddit for an Ask Me Anything session.
Cyanogen Inc. wants to make CyanogenMod the third-most popular operating system after Android and iOS. To do so, the startup raised funds and worked on a deal with a hardware maker.
Google has been improving the Android experience for years. Recently a discussion took place that suggested that rooting Android may come to an end.
Koushik Dutta has started to integrate a secure messaging service that transparently encrypts all instant messages between devices running CyanogenMod. The question is, shouldn’t Google be doing the same for stock Android?
Steve Kondik, founder of the popular CyanogenMod ROM, is creating an incognito mode for Android to help protect user data from prying applications. Read on for more details!