Digia, the Helsinki-based software firm, has completed the acquisition of the Qt software technologies and Qt business from Nokia.
Thanks to Steve Bush, our Technology Eduitor, for flagging this amazing graphic. Ever wondered what a document of Linux distros would look like, in graphical form?
Wind River has collaborated with developer of Qt for desktop and embedded development Digia to offer platform support for the Qt Commercial development framework on Wind River’s VxWorks real-time operating system (RTOS).
MulticoreWare has announced the beta availability of key OpenCL tools and libraries for download from its website, writes Richard Wilson.
Wind River has announced the immediate availability of Wind River Linux 4, Update Pack 2 – with graphics support to the forefront.
Here’s an Open Source-related story from our new Android blog, Eyes on Android – Android could be badly bitten by GPL licensing
Mentor Graphics has introduced a range of semiconductor design tools or integrated development environment (IDE) based on the open-source GNU toolchain, writes Richard Wilson.
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.
Low-Power Design is a new blog in the Electronics Weekly portfolio and it has an interesting open source-related post, concerning NXP and its recently-acquired low-power networking software.