Nokia has finally gotten Qt off its hands.
The company announced today that it has sold Qt, its cross-platform development framework business, to Finland-based software services company, Digia. The companies did not disclose the terms of the deal or a sales price. Digia acquired a portion of Qt from Nokia last year. This transaction completes the changeover.
Qt allows developers to write an application just once and then deploy it across a host of platforms, including Windows, Linux, and OS X. Qt also offers mobile development support. And in that space, Qt supports Symbian, Nokia's N9, and Windows Phone.… Read more