Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 7th Mar 2011 15:50 UTC, submitted by Geoff Floding
Qt Since the web has a tendency to overstate things: no, Nokia is not selling Qt. Today, Nokia announced that Digia will acquire the Qt Commercial software licensing and professional services business from Nokia. So I repeat: Nokia is not selling Qt.
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RE[2]: A good thing for Qt
by Praxis on Mon 7th Mar 2011 17:42 UTC in reply to "RE: A good thing for Qt"
Praxis
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2009-09-17

They aren't planning to release even near enough Meego devices to justify current Qt expenditures. Once Symbian is gone, there is simply no financial reason to spend as much on Qt as they do now. Even if they keep of small team of Qt devs in house the effect will be much the same.

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RE[3]: A good thing for Qt
by sorpigal on Mon 7th Mar 2011 19:34 in reply to "RE[2]: A good thing for Qt"
sorpigal Member since:
2005-11-02

I believe they also have obtained permission from MS to customize the win7 UI for their phones, which sounds like "Qt" to me.

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RE[4]: A good thing for Qt
by Elv13 on Thu 10th Mar 2011 02:12 in reply to "RE[3]: A good thing for Qt"
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2006-06-12

I hope so, but they said they would not port Qt to Phone7, but I hope they will.

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