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New Netscape embraces Firefox, IE
Netscape Netscape fans were test-driving a prototype Netscape browser that runs on two different browsing engines: the Mozilla Foundation's Gecko engine, which powers up the Mozilla, Firefox and older Netscape browsers, and Microsoft's Internet Explorer engine, which many consider the de facto Web standard.

Netscape's release of the prototype follows earlier reports that the AOL unit planned a comeback for the Mozilla-based browser and portal, as well as indications that the new browser would include some surprises under the hood.
Published Nov 30, 2004 - 12:30 PM
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AOL: Netscape's Not Dead Yet
Netscape Despite media reports and industry pundits over the years relegating Netscape to Internet history books, AOL has restarted the browser's development. The company plans to bring back a refreshed Netscape browser based on the Mozilla Foundation's Firefox, which will incorporate an enhanced user interface and several new features.
Published Nov 17, 2004 - 04:33 PM
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Netscape 7.2 Released
Netscape America Online has just released Netscape 7.2. Based on Mozilla 1.7, this latest version features better popup blocking, vCard support, an improved junk mail algorithm, better standards support, performance enhancements and several hundred other bug fixes. It also includes patches for recent security vulnerabilities.
Published Aug 17, 2004 - 02:50 PM
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AOL to release new version of Netscape
Netscape America Online said Thursday that it plans to release a new version of its Netscape Web browser this summer, though the effort does not appear to signal a return to major browser development work for the company.

An AOL representative said that the new software will be based on Mozilla 1.7 code developed by Netscape's open-source offshoot. She described it as a relatively minor upgrade that will include a few security patches, but leave the interface mostly unchanged. "This is not a huge step forward," she said.
Published May 27, 2004 - 05:40 PM
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Job ads suggest Netscape regeneration
Netscape In an attempt to revitalise its mostly gutted Netscape division, America Online is seeking to hire product management and business development professionals.

On Monday, Jeremy Liew, general manager of Netscape.com, posted a message on a jobs mailing list calling for candidates to apply to work for the organisation, which played a key role in the development of the Web but has since faded from glory.
Published Apr 21, 2004 - 02:20 PM
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Interview: On the record: Marc Andreessen
Netscape In the mid-1990s, Marc Andreessen was one of the wunderkinds of Silicon Valley. After co-creating Mosaic, the first easy-to-use Web browser, as a student at the University of Illinois, Andreessen, then 23, headed to Northern California, where he co-founded Netscape Communications Corp. in April 1994. Eight months later, the Netscape Navigator Web browser premiered.
Published Dec 08, 2003 - 01:38 PM
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AOL to Launch Discount "Netscape" Internet Service
Netscape AOL is planning to launch a discounted internet service. The service will have less of the 'extras' that AOL users are used to, but will only cost $9.95 a month. In a move to cash-in on name recognition, AOL will be naming this service 'Netscape'.
Published Oct 14, 2003 - 01:36 PM
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