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Tower of Hanoi Educational

Stems from an ancient Indian legend of educational toys. When Brahma created the world's big three diamond pillars done in a post from...

October 18, 2014 by George Charles

Trolltech launches Qt for WinMob

Just got the official announcement from Trolltech that their Qt application development framework now supports Windows CE / Windows Mobile."Qt for Windows CE is another milestone in Trolltech's vision of 'Qt everywhere'," said Trolltech co-founder and CEO Haavard Nord today.

February 26, 2008 by

KchmViewer Portable

KchmViewer Portable is a full-featured CHM (MS HTML help file format) viewer with advanced multilingual support. CHM files are often...

October 9, 2012 by PortableApps

KchmViewer

Kchmviewer is a free, open-source CHM (MS HTML help file format) viewer. It uses Trolltech Qt widget library, and could optionally...

October 9, 2012 by Ulduzsoft

Is the open source IPO a pipe dream?

Will Red Hat be the only major pure play open source company to go public?That’s what observers are wondering as more and more open source stars are swallowed up by traditional proprietary giants, with Nokia’s purchase of Trolltech – announced yesterday - and Sun’s buy of MySQL earlier this month being the most recent.

January 28, 2008 by

Nokia's big plans on the Qt

With the acquisition of Trolltech, Nokia has made its largest bet yet on changing the course of the industry

January 28, 2008

Nokia buys Trolltech

Nokia is buying Trolltech, probably the most important mobile Linux company out there in terms of current deployment. I'm listening to the audiocast right now, so expect a story soon...

January 28, 2008 by

LiMo: New members added; First release on deck; Is the future about mobile middleware?

The LiMo Foundation, a mobile consortium that is building an open software platform for handsets based on Linux, added five new members and plans to launch its first release of its application shortly, according to officials.LiMo will announce Monday that Acrodea, ETRI, Huawei, Purple Labs and Trolltech are joining the consortium, which launched a year ago with founding members Motorola, NEC, NTT DoCoMo, Panasonic, Samsung and Vodafone.

January 6, 2008 by

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