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Netscape

A web browser based on the Mosaic program, developed at the Natonal Center for Supercomputing Applications. It no longer exists.
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Among the government's charges is that Microsoft attempted in June 1995 to divide the market with Netscape for Internet software.
If Mozilla is the Toyota Prius of browsers, Netscape is the 4Runner: same genes, vastly different images and impacts.
Netscape Communications is a leading provider of tools and services wherever people go on the Internet.
The growing momentum at Netscape and across all AOL Time Warner's web brands reinforces our commitment to providing consumers with continued choice in online content, tools and services, and the release of Netscape 7.
com is one of the most visited sites on the Internet with more than 40 million registered users, and Netscape Netbusiness ranks among the fastest-growing Internet destinations for small business owners.
Whether looking for romance in Rome, lust in London, passion in Paris or just a quick weekend getaway, Netscape.
Netscape and the Netscape N logo are registered trademarks of Netscape Communications Corporation in the United States and other countries.
Over the past year, millions of Netscape Search users on Netscape.
The objective for the Personal Finance area on Netcenter has always been to establish a central location where users have easy access to the market information, financial research and business news they need to make informed decisions about their money," said Susan Mernit, Vice President of Programming at Netscape.
Joining Ask Jeeves, nearly 100 other Web sites license ODP data, including a variety of industry-leading search engines, such as AOL Search, Netscape Search, Lycos, Google, HotBot, and InfoSpace.
Netscape is thrilled to provide Ask Jeeves' more than 14 million unique users with access to the largest, most relevant and comprehensive Internet directory anywhere," said Jim Martin, senior vice president and general manager of Netscape.