The ISO has unanimously approved C++0x, the next version of C++, to become an international standard. The International Organization for Standardization will now prepare the standards document for C++0x and release it in the coming months.
C++0x has long been in development and various compilers -- including GCC -- have supported various parts of it in draft form up to this point. With the unanimous approval, the Geneva-based standards organization will now prepare the final C++0x document. When released, C++0x is expected to officially be known as C++11. This should be done by the end of the calendar year.
The message citing the unanimous ISO approval can be found in this blog post
. Those not up to speed on C++0x (or C++11 as it will be called) can find out some information on Wikipedia