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The smartphone will be the first to use Symbian^3, but one of the last to use the familiar Symbian user interface
An upcoming version of Maemo will use Qt rather than GTK+ as its main application development framework, a move Nokia says will make life easier for developers
Benoit Schillings, head of tech for Qt Software, talks about Nokia, Mozilla and going deeper than Java
Munich is the venue for Qt's (the artist formerly known as Trolltech) Developer Days conference this week. Munich, Oktober, Developers, Qt's cross-platform application framework offering, Bier and Pretzels – what's not to like right?
The Finnish phone manufacturer has renamed Trolltech after its main product, and folded Trolltech's Qtopia into the main Qt family
Stems from an ancient Indian legend of educational toys. When Brahma created the world's big three diamond pillars done in a post from...
LiPS has merged with LiMo, in a major blow to the idea of creating formal mobile Linux standards rather than ad-hoc implementations
Tuesday's big announcement, that several major mobile platforms — Symbian, UIQ, Series 60 and MOAP — are to be pooled into one open-sourced über-platform, came out of the blue.
KchmViewer Portable is a full-featured CHM (MS HTML help file format) viewer with advanced multilingual support. CHM files are often...
The formation of the Symbian Foundation is good news for the mobile industry but the open-source community could see some ethical compromises
The handset manufacturer's head of software says open-source developers need to play along with current industry themes such as DRM, IPR and SIM locks
The deal between the handset maker and open-source software company would not 'significantly impede effective competition' in Europe, said the Commission
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.
At the Mobile World Congress, ZDNet.co.uk looks at how mobile Linux is already making an impact on handsets, with platforms and toolkits shown off by Trolltech, Access and Azingo
The show formerly known as 3GSM is always a busy one, with many mobile and telecoms companies competing with each other to make the biggest splash
The company, targeted for acquisition by Nokia, says the Qtopia platform can now support touchscreen devices and synchronisation with Microsoft Outlook
Morgan Gillis discusses the LiMo Foundation's first mobile Linux platform release and why it matters that Nokia bought Trolltech.
Morgan Gillis, executive director of the LiMo Foundation, discusses its first mobile Linux platform release and the implications of Nokia's acquisition of Trolltech
The LiMo Foundation's mobile Linux platform will be released in March, but the API set is available to developers now
The Gnome project has released the first test version of the Gnome 2.22 desktop this week, with changes including a new Web-browser engine, updates for virtual network computer and accessibility, and a new file system.
Symbian, Sony Ericsson and Motorola claim they are confident Nokia's acquisition of Trolltech will leave them unscathed, despite analyst suggestions to the contrary.
Sony Ericsson, Motorola and Symbian claim their relationships with Nokia remain unchanged, despite analyst suggestions to the contrary
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