Cyanogen's CTO explains how Cyanogen and open Android will take the U.S. by storm

It’s crazy how quickly things move in this day and age. About a year ago, Cyanogen relied mostly on its committed user base for its marketshare, but now it’s a full-blown company making partnership announcements with major OEMs at conferences like Mobile World Congress.

Cyanogen, which is now comprised of 80 employees, is tapping into every resource to gets its operating system out into the wild, beyond just the tinkerers and diehard users. We talked to Steve Kondik about some of the announcements made this past week in Barcelona and what the company’s hoping to accomplish later this year.

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