TECH | Sirin Labs is pivoting away from its $16,000 Android smartphone and cut a third of its workforce

Sirin Labs, the Israeli technology company that sells a secure $16,000 (£13,100) Android smartphone, has cut a third of its workforce and announced that it’s pivoting.

Israeli publication Calcalist first reported the news, and a representative for Sirin Labs confirmed to Business Insider that it has cut its workforce by a third.

“Nearly a year after launching Solarin, Sirin Labs is pursuing new directions to a new product line and therefore restructuring its staff,” the statement read.

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