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Layoffs and a shift towards app development at Cyanogen

Discussion in 'Mobile Apps / Developers News' started by Abi Wyeamn, Jul 23, 2016.

By Abi Wyeamn on Jul 23, 2016 at 10:08 PM
  1. Abi Wyeamn

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    Friday was the last day at the office for about 30 people at Cyanogen Inc. The company has laid off about a fifth of its workforce, mostly the open source division. US offices in Palo Alto and Seattle have been heavily affected by the cuts, while the Lisbon and India branches have been pretty much entirely shut down.

    Additionally, the company will reportedly be making a shift towards app development.


    How all that will affect the future of CyanogenMod is yet unclear, but with no one at Cyanogen Inc. actually working on it, it's not looking bright. The Android ROM debuted on the original OnePlus One, then the two companies parted ways when Cyanogen chose to work with Micromax in India. Ultimately though, the lack of manufacturers willing to adopt it meant CyanogenMod couldn't become the alternative to Google's take on Android to the extent its creators had hoped for.

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Discussion in 'Mobile Apps / Developers News' started by Abi Wyeamn, Jul 23, 2016.