Makers of budget Android phones Wileyfox, announced on Reddit that they have gone into administration. Their phones will no longer receive updates and ongoing support will be limited.
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UK-based smartphone brand, Wileyfox, has started moving away from Cyanogen OS and is seeding its own version of Android 7.1.1 Nougat to the Spark 2X smartphone. More devices will get the update soon.
British smartphone maker Wileyfox has announced that it will be releasing an OTA update that will replace Cyanogen OS on users' devices with a 'pure' Android build developed by the company.
Android based OS-maker, Cyanogen Inc. has announced in a blog post that it will be discontinuing all its services in a week's time and will also stop releasing any supported nightlies.
Cyanogen has announced that the company will be shifting focus from its homebrewed Cyanogen OS to selling modular pieces of the OS to different manufacturers for a more customisable experience.
Steve Kondik has refuted rumours that Cyanogen Inc. will pivot to apps following staff layoffs. He also re-affirmed Cyanogen Inc.'s support for the community-led ROM, CyanogenMod.
Just a month after new Chief Operating Officer Lior Tal joined Cyanogen, the company has slashed 20% of its workforce amidst claims of a strategic pivot towards apps in the future.
UK-based smartphone manufacturer, Wileyfox, has unveiled three new mid-range smartphones based on Cyanogen OS that will be sold in various European countries through their website soon.
Cyanogen has released its latest update for the OnePlus One, introducing support for MODs. These include MODs for Cortana, Skype, OneNote, Hyperlapse, and more. The update is rolling out now.
Lenovo has just launched the Cyanogen OS 12.1-powered ZUK Z1 smartphone in India, and has started taking registrations on Amazon India ahead of its release on May 19.
OnePlus One users will finally get Android Marshmallow for their devices soon, as the company's co-founder has revealed that the latest version of the OS is in final stages of testing.
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Cyanogen is launching the MOD platform, that allows OEMs, carriers, devs and users to embed functionality deeper into Android. And the first to take advantage is Microsoft with Cortana and Skype.
Microsoft has launched its digital assistant for iPhones and Android devices, and the first Cyanogen OS handset - featuring 'deeper integration' than on other platforms - will get it later this month.
OnePlus has outlined plans to bring Marshmallow to its handsets - but while the One and 2 will both be upgraded in Q1 2016, there's not even an estimate on when the OnePlus X will get the update.
Cyanogen's CEO says Microsoft is working with his company to 'deeply integrate' Cortana into the next release of Cyanogen OS, praising the assistant as "better than Apple's Siri" in some areas.