The layoffs most heavily impact the open source arm of the Android ROM-gone-startup, which may be eliminated entirely (not CyanogenMod itself, just the people at Cyanogen Inc. who work on the open source side).
Recode adds that the moves were made by Lior Tal, who joined Cyanogen as its new COO in June. It also says that many of the company's top executives have departed in the past several weeks. So far, Cyanogen has yet to confirm any of these reports.
This Pride Month, don't dismiss all of the rainbow logos and merchandise, but rather, consider embracing them as a way to show your support for your fellow human beings. We're all deserving of love, respect, and pride.
Keeping your phone clean on the inside is as easy as clearing cache files and deleting old, backed-up photos. Cleaning the outside of your phone down to the microbiotic level can be easy, too, if you have the right equipment.