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CyanogenMod finally hits HTC One M8

May 09, 2014No Comments35 Views

Two days ago, the CyanogenMod developers added official support for the HTC One M8.

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CyanogenMod 11.06 M6 is here, no stable bui...

May 05, 20142 Comments27 Views

The good news is that the team is now looking at releasing updates every two weeks going forward.

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CyanogenMod support arrives for Amazon Kind...

Apr 22, 20142 Comments40 Views

CyanogenMod is now officially supporting the Kindle Fire HD 7 and Kindle Fire HD 8.9.

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Koushik Dutta leaves Cyanogen Inc. to retur...

Apr 18, 20141 Comment36 Views

Koushik Dutta leaves Cyanogen Inc. to return to ClockworkMod; developing

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CyanogenMod releases new theme engine sourc...

Apr 16, 2014No Comments29 Views

It is important to note that they have not yet added the engine’s UI. So you will just be using the underlying functionality right now

BBQLinux, an OS for Android developers and ...

Mar 20, 20148 Comments58 Views

BBQLinux is an user-friendly Linux distribution made for Android Developers and for enthusiasts who want to test a bit of Arch Linux.

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Get fake Netflix, Hulu Plus and AllCast app...

Mar 09, 20143 Comments48 Views

All these apps are available for free of cost and need access to GPS, full network access, phone records as well as write permission on

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What to expect at Google I/O 2014, it’...

Feb 21, 201411 Comments49 Views

What to expect from Google I/O this year?

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CyanogenMOD developer demos Android Mirrori...

Feb 16, 2014No Comments48 Views

Koushik Dutta has demoed Android mirroring on Chromecast.

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How Linux dominates the mobile market

Jan 29, 20146 Comments75 Views

How Linux, the free alternative to prorietary offerings, has taken the market by storm