Cyanogen Does Not Know What To Do With OnePlus One Users In India

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Cyanogen is not going to provide software updates to Indian users following its exclusive deal with local vendor Micromax.


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Top 5 Android Phones of 2014

Android Lollipop Android Smartphone

Over the course of 2014 there have been many great Android Phones but we decided to make the Android phone buying decision easier by picking our top 5


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Five Best Smartphones of 2014

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Although the growth of the high-end Smartphone segment has declined of late, there have been some truly remarkable devices launched this year.


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OnePlus One Gets Delayed Due to an OpenSSL Security Update

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The much awaited OnePlus One smartphone has hit yet another snag on its way to being delivered to those that could actually get ahold of one. The $299 smartphone has it all, and for a reasonable price, but the catch is that they’re limiting production so that they don’t bankrupt themselves, or their parent company OPPO in the process. And since the device is running CyanogenMod as the OS, there are some things that need to be ironed out before the device ships to consumers as a ‘shipping’ final device. One of those things is that CyanogenMod recently had a major security update as a


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Can We Trust OnePlus, Who is Really Behind Them? OPPO?

OPPO's OnePlus Logo

OnePlus has a new phone that the entire internet has been talking about, which happens to share the same name as HTC’s flagship phone, the One. So, we have the OnePlus One and the HTC One, okay, a little problematic, but nothing too serious since the two brand names usually come before the model name. OnePlus have been billing themselves as an upstart smartphone company, some of which were formerly with OPPO. Funny enough, if you abbreviate OnePlus One, it almost says OPPO but that just seems a bit ridiculous until you look at when the company was founded and when all of the trademarks