Exactly a year ago, Cyngn (formerly Cyanogen) appear that it will abandon its own flavor of Android, which powered phones from abundant all-embracing brands, and focus on a Modular OS that’s easier for manufacturers to integrate. As it turns out, the aggregation has now confused gears and moved in a absolutely altered direction: free agent technology.

Axios noted that the company’s site and job listings point to its new interests in developing self-driving tech: it’s hiring people to create and run free system software, as well as mapping and acumen systems across accessories in Singapore and Palo Alto. It also counts among its ranks former Mercedes-Benz talent.

That signals the end of Cyanogen’s Android efforts once and for all. Which is sad, because for a while there, it had a good run – creating a able and carefully appointed alternative of Android that helped drum up absorption in OnePlus’ phones back when the Chinese firm only had a single phone on offer.

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