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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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Additional information on Netscape Communications Corporation is available on the Internet at http://home.netscape.com by sending email to info@netscape.com or by calling 650/937-2555 (corporations) or 650/937-3777 (individuals).
To alleviate the fears of consumers, more than 60 major companies, including Netscape Communications, AT&T, IBM, American Express, Hewlett-Packard and the major Internet search engines, have come out in support of a proposed standard that lets Web sites deliver personalized information through a uniform system while protecting users' privacy.
1 Discuss the Netscape Communications Corporation pricing and business strategy.
Andreessen and Horowitz worked together at Netscape Communications Corp.
Software developer Netscape Communications Corp has announced the availability of the latest version of its Netscape browser.
So far, Google has succeeded in licensing its software to the Netscape Communications division of America Online Inc and to Red Hat Inc, the high-profile Linux distributor.
Netscape Communications and Excite Inc have agreed to collaborate on Internet content and search services in a partnership which they expect to generate millions of pounds in online advertising revenues.
An open security protocol developed by Netscape Communications that enables Web servers and browsers to exchange financial and other secure information without fear of interception.
Netscape Navigator by Netscape Communications is the browser of choice and the de facto standard.
Last December 15, Netscape Communications rolled out its first software title, an Internet Web browser called Netscape Navigator.
NETSCAPE COMMUNICATIONS Corp., maker of a popular browser interface for Internet and the World Wide Web, has sold equity stakes to five media and technology companies, according to the Wall Street Journal.
America Online Inc's Netscape Communications subsidiary has released Netscape 6, the latest version of its browser product.