Digia recently acquired the full Qt business from Nokia, Juhapekka Niemi, director, Digia, Qt, talks to Electronics Weekly about how the mobile software business will develop and grow in a market where open source has growing popularity
NXP Semiconductors claims to be the first automotive semiconductor supplier to license Broadcom's BroadR-Reach Ethernet technology for in-vehicle networking.
Here's an Open Source-related story from our new Android blog, Eyes on Android - Android could be badly bitten by GPL licensing
Imperas - a virtualised software specialist, and a member of the ARM Connected Community - has released its first models of the Cortex-A family of ARM processor cores.
ARM has signed a license agreement with wireless chip firm CSR covering the Cortex-A5 MPCore and Cortex-A9 MPCore multicore processors, writes Richard Wilson.
An interesting US development to note. AT&T and Bug Labs, a modular open hardware development platform, have announced plans to launch BUG + 3G/GSM.
Check out a new Linux-related article on the site - Where is the cost in an embedded Linux system? Written by Andy Lunness, programme manager at STMicroelectronics, he looks at the distribution of cost in an embedded Linux system.
Just flagging a quick one, from DAC at the end of last week - Mentor unveils Android, Linux strategy at DAC More Android developments to flag, as Google's venture into an Open Source mobile platform gains some momentum. Check out these two items involving MIPS and T-Mobile. Didn't expect to be writing about Microsoft in this blog, but here we are. A bit late flagging this, from last week... but even Redmond is seeing the benefit of Open Source.
MIPS Technologies has ported Google's Android operating system to the MIPS processor architecture, aiming to expand the use of Android beyond phones, into digital TVs, mobile internet devices, digital picture frames and set-top boxes.