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.
The hype around Android L after Google I/O, while subdued and controlled, is still considerable and has been getting a lot of Android fans excited for the official release of the new incarnation of Android by around fall this
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,
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
The marketing team behind new tech company OnePlus really know how to drum up attention for a product that is not even officially out in the market yet. This week, they are digitally raffling off not the product itself, but 2,500
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
Going through OnePlus you still need an invitation to buy the One. But it looks like those not keen on waiting for an invite now have another option. The OnePlus One has recently come available for purchase through the OppoMart.
If you’ve felt that CyanogenMod catered a bit too much to the more popular devices found on this half of the world, this latest bit might sway you a bit. Nightly builds of CyanogenMod 11 have now been activated for a trio
Perhaps we were too quick to jump the gun on OnePlus‘ explained delay. Just a day after Cyanogen’s ciwrl divulged the reason for the delay, OnePlus has now given the green light for shipping the first batch of OnePus