Nokia HeadquartersFor years Nokia was one of the largest cell phone manufacturers in the world. As Smartphones were on the rise Nokia saw their profit and market share lagging behind their competitors and tried to catch up. While many of its attempts yielded some success (such as the long usage of Qt by many companies) it was meeting a lot of failure on the mobile market. As it has decided to get into bed with Microsoft it has been slowly selling off old assets that no longer tend to be valid with the current direction of the company.

So with all of that being said, first up on today’s announcements from Nokia is that they have sold off the rest of Qt Projects to Digia. Digia had already purchased the Qt Commercial side from Nokia last year and this year has picked up the rest of it.

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