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When it comes to Android "hacking" and ROM development, Steve Kondik is a big deal.
Way back in the earliest days of the OS, the man known online as "Cyanogen" created his own ROM for the T-Mobile G1, introducing new features, improving performance and working with the...
... Oh, and maybe a stable CM 13 release in time for the holidays.
During his keynote address at the Big Android BBQ Europe in Amsterdam this morning, Cyanogen co-founder and CTO Steve Kondik gave attendees an update on "what's up with CyanogenMod," and what fans can expect from Cyanogen, Inc. in the coming year. Kondik laid out plans to make both the open-source CyanogenMod and the commercial...
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CM founder 'decided to do something new,' offers thoughts on Galaxy S4
In a Google+ post this morning, CyanogenMod founder Steve Kondik offered some of his thoughts on Samsung's new Galaxy S4, before revealing that he's recently left the software engineering job he took at the company just over 18 months ago. In a further G+ comment, Kondik said his exit wasn't "...
The day before Google I/O kicked off, Steve "Cyanogen" Kondik of CyanogenMod fame visited the San Francisco Android User Group, were he gave a complete rundown of everything relating to the popular custom firmware. From its roots on the T-Mobile G1, right up to its current status as the leading custom ROM for Android, supported across dozens of devices.
The SF Android User Group's founding...