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Cyanogen cuts staff, denies plans for new strategy

Monday 25 July 2016 | 14:28 CET | News
Mobile software developer Cyanogen is reportedly laying off a significant portion of its staff, including several employees working on its Android fork CyanogenMod. According to a report from Android Police, around 30 of the 136 people Cyanogen employees have been let go. Several sources said that the company plans to undergo a major strategic shift, with one claiming that this involves a shift to apps. Re/code also confirmed the cuts and said newly hired Chief Operating Officer Lior Tal, who joined the company last month from Facebook, will lead the changes at the company. Cyanogen

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