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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.
John DyeAugust 17, 201613 shares
 

Cyanogen OS vs Android: what’s the difference?

If you're at all interested in smartphones, you've probably heard of Cyanogen OS. What is it, and how does it differ from Google's Android? Let's find out.
Dane O'LearyJuly 27, 20162408 shares
 

Cyanogen Inc. fires over 20% of its staff, OS future bleak

Cyanogen Inc. has fired almost a quarter of its staff, mostly from the open source side, in a move that puts the OS' future in doubt for a new focus on apps.
Kris CarlonJuly 23, 20162295 shares
 

MOD ready Cyanogen OS 13.1 is now available for the OnePlus One

Cyanogen Inc. has started rolling out Cyanogen OS 13.1 for the OnePlus One, and the big thing about version 13.1 is that it is "MOD Ready."
Gary SimsJune 10, 20161124 shares
 

Android 6.0 Marshmallow comes to OnePlus One via Cyanogen OS 13

The Chinese startup has announced the OnePlus One is now getting its update to Cyanogen OS 13, which happens to be based off Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Edgar CervantesApril 9, 20162051 shares
 

At least six vendors to release Cyanogen powered phones in India next year

At least six domestic and international smartphone manufacturers are planning to release Cyanogen OS powered handsets in India next year.
Robert TriggsDecember 22, 20151306 shares
 

Cyanogen teases multiple cheap devices for next year, CM13, and maybe a flagship

Cyanogen Inc. has been discussing its plans for 2016, which include a selection of new low-cost phones, a new operating system and possibly a flagship handset.
Robert TriggsNovember 12, 20151323 shares
 

Super-midrange WileyFox Storm hits UK shelves for £199

The WileyFox Storm is now available to purchase in the UK for just £199. The smartphone boasts a 5.5-inch 1080p display, 20MP rear camera and octa-core SoC.
Robert TriggsOctober 28, 2015568 shares
 

Cyanogen Inc. maintains a close partnership with YU in India

Despite dropping support for the YU Yuphoria, Cyanogen Inc. maintains that it is still working closely with the Indian smartphone manufacturer.
Robert TriggsOctober 8, 2015797 shares
 

Cyanogen reportedly planning “deep Cortana integration” for Cyanogen OS

In a recent interview, Cyanogen's CEO revealed that the company is working with Microsoft to bring deep Cortana integration into Cyanogen OS.
Andrew GrushSeptember 11, 20152422 shares
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