The CyanogenMod team has just announced the first and last maintenance release for the CyanogenMod 10.2 branch. Aside from last minute device additions, CyanogenMod 10.2.1 also marks the true end to the official planned release
It is almost like a sighting of the walking, or in this case, rolling, dead. The most ignored and misunderstood member of the Nexus line has just gotten a chance to keep on rolling via an unofficial ROM that brings Android 4.4 to
Its formation into a company and partnership with OPPO, as well as some amount of controversy arising from that, has not put a damper on CyanogenMod's activities. As previously shared, they have mighty ambitious plans up ahead,
Google's Nexus Q media streamer was short-lived, and canceled shortly after being revealed at last years Google I/O event. With no word on a replacement at this years show, we're now seeing its successor hit the FCC. A new Google
Google may have banished the Nexus Q from the Play Store a while back, however it looks like the device isn't totally dead yet. Well, it may be in the eyes of Google, however the folks at CyanogenMod have just released the first
If you've been waiting for Google to reintroduce the poorly-executed Nexus Q media streaming device, we've got some bad news for you. Google has removed the device from its Nexus landing page, which suggests that it may not be
Google has issued a set of updates for multiple applications today, and a few were worth mentioning. First up was Google Movies & TV, but that wasn't anything special. The important ones are YouTube and the Nexus Q companion app.