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After 15 months in development, Nokia releases the first Qt 5 beta

thenextweb.com
Qt, the cross-platform, C++ open source application framework developed largely by Nokia (originally Trolltech), has just released Qt 5 Beta, a major release 15 months in the making. It is currently being used by over 450,000 developers. For those that do not know, Qt has existed for some 20 years, and now the framework...
After 15 months in development, Nokia releases the first Qt 5 beta

Nokia Unloads Qt, 500 Patents in Asset Garage Sale

allthingsd.com
Maggie OsterbergBack in June, Nokia said it would unload some non-core assets as part of a massive corporate restructuring. Today, the company delivered on that pledge selling off its Qt software business and hundreds of wireless patents, as well. Finnish software services outfit Digia, which acquired a portion of Qt...
Nokia Unloads Qt, 500 Patents in Asset Garage Sale

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

www.businessinsider.com
Good morning! Here's the news: Zynga's COO John Schappert has resigned from the company, effective immediately. Schappert had recently been stripped of some of his responsibilities as part of a company reorganization. Here's everything Marissa Mayer is doing to make Yahoo more like Google. Hint: It's more than just offering...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

Before Ubuntu Phone OS: The checkered history of open source phones

www.extremetech.com
Open source software is among the most high-minded ideas in technology, and there are times that it’s a smash hit. The internet loves to embrace open platforms — it’s done wonders for Mozilla and Google. But aside from Google’s market-dominating Android platform, open source hasn’t seen a lot of success...
Before Ubuntu Phone OS: The checkered history of open source phones

Nokia sells its Qt software business

www.guardian.co.uk
Finnish phone maker has agreed to sell its Qt software business to IT services firm Digia OyjStruggling mobile phone maker Nokia has agreed to sell its Qt software business to Finnish IT services company Digia Oyj as part of its strategy to sell off non-core assets.The companies did not disclose...
Nokia sells its Qt software business

Digia to acquire Qt from Nokia, port it to Android and iOS

arstechnica.com
Finnish software company Digia announced today that it is acquiring the Qt software business from Nokia. Digia plans to pick up where Nokia left off, continuing Qt development but renewing the toolkit’s focus on cross-platform support. The financial terms of the agreement have not been disclosed. Qt is an open...
Digia to acquire Qt from Nokia, port it to Android and iOS
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