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Open webOS found booting on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime

When HP made webOS open source a short while ago, it wasn’t expected that much would come of it. After all, there aren’t many people

October 01, 2012 Hacks, Linux, webOS

CyanogenMod will add more powerful graphing calculator to future builds

Traditionally, the motto of the CyanogenMod team was to keep things simple. They wanted to build a better stock version of Android, which remained true

September 14, 2012 Android, Apps, Hacks

Samsung Galaxy Nexus gets Mozilla Boot to Gecko builds

I’ve talked a bit about Mozilla’s Boot to Gecko OS in the past, from Mozilla’s unveiling to an announcement of hardware partners. The Firefox/Linux based

September 11, 2012 Android, Hacks, Linux

CyanogenMod adds new semi-stable CM10 M-Series builds for top devices

Usually, CyanogenMod releases only three kinds of builds. There are the nightlies, released – you guessed it – nightly, and which contain bleeding edge enhancements;

September 11, 2012 Android, Hacks

Amazon Kindle, not safe for schools?

As most of you probably know, I work IT part time at a school. It’s been a lot of fun for me to see some

August 23, 2012 Hacks, Tablets

CyanogenMod 10 nightlies now out for popular devices including Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7, and Transformer series

Once again, we’re back with the almomst regularly scheduled report on custom ROMs and the state of the CyanogenMod project, this time with more news

August 20, 2012 Android, Hacks

CyanogenMod 9.0.0 stable release is out, focus now is on Jelly Bean

As can be expected, most of the news about CyanogenMod lately has concerned CyanogenMod 10, the build based on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. However, the

August 10, 2012 Android, Hacks

Android 4.1 includes hidden code for multiple user profiles, rooted users can try it out now

Although I don’t personally use them, HTC Sense and CyanogenMod have included different homescreen profiles for quite a while. But more recently, some developers noticed

August 03, 2012 Android, Hacks

CyanogenMod will not be supporting CM9 and CM10 on older Snapdragon devices like the Nexus One

Earlier this year, the CyanogenMod team discussed the future of the open source ROM project now that Jelly Bean has gone open source. At the

August 02, 2012 Android, Hacks

NFC Android hack is real, but you probably won’t get a virus “beamed” to your smartphone

Earlier this week, there was quite a bit of news going around about a big NFC hack on Android and Nokia smartphones that would supposedly

July 27, 2012 Android, Hacks
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