Trolltech is offering a suite of products designed to make it easier for mobile phone makers to develop Linux-based smart phones.Called the Qtopia Greensuite, it aims to unify the disjointed mobile Linux development environment by bundling together several applications and tools that are available separately today from a variety of vendors.The products in the suite include RealNetworks’ mobile multimedia software, Opera Software ASA’s mobile phone browser, MontaVista Software’s operating system and Mimer Information Technology’s SQL database management product.The suit also includes wireless application protocol and HTML browsers, messaging software, video- and audio-recording capabilities, digital rights management, 3-D graphics, video telephony, voice-over-IP support, a VPN client and Java mobile information device profile.The applications come pre-integrated with Qtopia Phone edition, Trolltech’s application development platform for Linux phones. Phone makers that use the suite will save time developing their products because they won’t have to integrate all of the software components themselves, Trolltech said. The first version of the suite is due in the second quarter next year. It uses Qtopia’s Greenphone as the hardware platform for developing and testing applications. Qtopia introduced the phone, which can operate on a live mobile Global System for Mobile Communications/General Packet Radio Service network, in August…. Read full this story
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