Linked by lemur2 on Tue 22nd Feb 2011 22:37 UTC
Qt A first alpha version of a Qt implementation for the Android mobile operating system has been announced by Romanian software developer Bogdan Vatra. Since Nokia in co-operation with Microsoft have announced that it does not intend to develop a Windows Phone variant of the GUI framework, Qt for Android represents the only remaining route/platfrom to providing mobile phone apps developed using Qt.
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Meanwhile ... Nokia, Qt and WP7
by lemur2 on Wed 23rd Feb 2011 02:47 UTC
lemur2
Member since:
2007-02-17

http://arstechnica.com/microsoft/news/2011/02/everything-that-can-g...

Oh dear. Perhaps it might not be to bold to suugest that Nokia may not have made the absolute best choice?

Just saying.

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puelocesar Member since:
2008-10-30

Funny, yesterday I had a long discussion with Peter Bright on twitter because I acted as a troll and called his articles "MS fanboy bullshit".

In the end I apologize for that, it was very ugly from my part..

Probably it's just a coincidence, but it's curious to see him criticizing MS today ;)

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Nelson Member since:
2005-11-29

It's happening to a small slice of devices (Samsung devices, and some Samsung devices at that, specifically those who run an older version of the firmware included in the Samsung phones.).

The problem is very small, however a vocal minority can make an issue seem bigger than it is.

Android doesn't have this problem, but I suppose it's easy not to have upgrade problems when Google let's carriers block updates indefinitely. Lol.

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