Google did something new at I/O this year. They released the next version of Android as a developer preview. As many are familiar with, that release is called Android L, and so far there has only been speculation in terms of what
CyanogenMod has once again expanded its list of supported device with two new additions. Joining the ranks is last year's HTC giant, the One Max, as well as this year's first QHD star, the OPPO Find 7. Continue Reading...
Cyanogen, the company, is not your grandfather's CyanogenMod, so to speak. The company is slowly growing beyond its "indie" roots to become an Android startup to really reckon with. And this batch of hirings, bearing names from
Users of one of if not the most popular Android custom ROM might have something to look forward to, either in their nightly builds or M releases. CyanogenMod's weekly report has revealed a couple of very interesting features,
CyanogenMod's core team might now be an "Inc.", but they haven't lost their sense of commitment to the community. The makers of the popular custom ROM has just released Cyanogen Theme Showcase on Google Play Store, making the
Joining the army of CyanogenMod-supported devices, the Sony Xperia Z2 now has CM11 nightly builds generated for the device. This will allow more adventurous owners of Sony's 2014 flagship to test how CM11 fares on this
The latest M-series build has been released by Cyanogen. This one has arrived as CM 11.0 M7 and it brings support for what appears to be a little more than 50 devices. Perhaps equally important here, CM 11.0 M7 also brings some
As far as Sony is concerned, Android 4.4 for the Xperia SP is still under investigation. But even if the manufacturer decides to scrap that plan, owners could still enjoy Android 4.4 KitKat as long as they choose to give up the
The CM Apps app was recently released in the Google Play Store. And it looks like another Cyanogen branded app will soon be available. This other is the CM Theme Showcase app and it is set to arrive for download on June 16th.
If the whole benchmark cheating scandal has had you shaking your head, this latest revelation might just leave you scratching it. It seems that CyanogenMod will be introducing performance profiles that automatically adjust