just acquired Qt software
technologies and Qt business
, meaning the latter just took its hands off the associated product development, commercial and open-source licensing and service business. But why...
Meanwhile, the plot thickens as mobile technologies firm Vringo
is snapping up 500 wireless patents from Nokia
for $22 million plus a share of the future fees the patents generate. This wireless portfolio spans cellular infrastructure technologies, including communication management, data and signal transmission, mobility management, radio resources management and services.
Pretty pricey. Maybe Nokia IS in need of the cash...Michael Disabato
, managing vice president of network and telecom at Gartner
, believes it's obvious that Nokia
needs cash! With that in mind, anything related to Symbian is likely to be on the chopping block as Nokia
focuses on Windows phones.But will Windows phones save Nokia?
What do you guys reckon?