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Cyanogen’s closure shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone who’s followed the company’s recent news, which reportedly included workforce reductions and a move toward apps. But while Cyanogen the company might have lost a lot of momentum, CyanogenMod the OS still represented Android in its finest form—a true crowd-sourced collaboration that refused to fly under Alphabet’s […]

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Google released its November 2016 Android security patches to resolve 83 vulnerabilities in the mobile operating system, 23 of which have been rated Critical. Of the 83 bugs, 37 were rated High risk, 22 were assessed as Medium risk, and one was rated Low. The first Critical bug was patched in mediaserver, the Android component […]

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Microsoft has revealed a Unified Update Platform that’s designed to make it easier for devices to upgrade from one version of Windows 10 to another.  The UUP encompasses a set of behind-the-scenes changes in Windows 10 that reduce the processing power needed to update, shrink the size of update files, and streamline updates on Windows […]

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