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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
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
KchmViewer Portable is a full-featured CHM (MS HTML help file format) viewer with advanced multilingual support. CHM files are often...
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.
Kchmviewer is a free, open-source CHM (MS HTML help file format) viewer. It uses Trolltech Qt widget library, and could optionally...
Morgan Gillis, executive director of the LiMo Foundation, discusses its first mobile Linux platform release and the implications of Nokia's acquisition of Trolltech
Symbian, Sony Ericsson and Motorola claim they are confident Nokia's acquisition of Trolltech will leave them unscathed, despite analyst suggestions to the contrary.
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.
Nokia is to buy Trolltech, the company whose Linux-based Qt application-development framework is at the core of many PC and mobile applications including Google Earth and Skype.
With the acquisition of Trolltech, Nokia has made its largest bet yet on changing the course of the industry
The Finnish handset manufacturer is buying Trolltech, which specialises in graphical user interfaces for Linux and other platforms
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...
Nokia said Monday that it has acquired Trolltech in a deal that could have big implications for mobile applications.Trolltech provides software development platforms for mobile applications.
To make this deal pay Nokia has to become more closely aligned with both Linux and open source.
The Norwegian software developer has defected to the LiMo Foundation, claiming it has more 'energy' behind it than the LiPS Forum
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.
Hailing the sold-out handset as a success, Trolltech will now focus on its Qtopia platform and leave the hassles of hardware to other companies
Trolltech's Qtopia application-development platform has been successfully ported onto the OpenMoko Neo1973 handset
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