Nokia which is struggling to stay afloat, is selling Qt – the cross-platform application framework that is used to build KDE and a whole lot of other useful software, to Finnish IT services firm Dijia Oyj. It is also selling 500 wireless patents to a US firm Vringo. Read more » For more news, tips, and reviews on all things Linux, Open source and Free software, visit Linux Help blog.
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Nokia Sells Qt – And 500 Wireless Patents