Linked by Amy Bennett on Wed 16th Mar 2011 22:31 UTC
Qt When Microsoft and Nokia announced Nokia's move to Windows Phone 7, most people assumed the worst for Nokia's stewardship of the open source Qt, and indeed the company quickly sold its Qt licensing interests to Digia. But it looks like the company still has plans for Qt - and for the Symbian OS. Aaron Seigo, a Qt hacker employed by Nokia, told blogger Brian Proffitt that "Nokia is predicting over 150 million Symbian devices still to come" and "I think they've underestimated the longevity of Symbian".
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RE[2]: Underestimate?
by diegocg on Thu 17th Mar 2011 18:21 UTC in reply to "RE: Underestimate?"
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No, it's because I would never pay 700€ for something that doesn't have a decent app store.

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RE[3]: Underestimate?
by spiderman on Thu 17th Mar 2011 19:36 in reply to "RE[2]: Underestimate?"
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I wouldn't pay €700 for a phone that can't last 2 days idle. I'm quite happy with my E7. There are several app stores out there that are quite good in my opinion.

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