The pioneering browser turns 10--and it's getting ready for an overhaul, CNET News.com has learned.
The browser that brought the Web to the masses, and then virtually disappeared, is 10 years old. Now it's getting ready for an AOL makeover.
After catalyzing the growth of the Web 10 years ago, Netscapees are back in business, doing everything from venture capital to nightclubs.
newsmaker Firefox lead engineer Ben Goodger explains the behind-the-scenes decisions leading to the release of this increasingly popular alternative to Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser.
Navigator "is optimized to run smoothly over 14.4 kilobit/second modems as well as higher bandwidth lines, delivering performance at least ten times that of other network browsers."
the buzz As the first commercial browser, Navigator was the unchallenged market leader in the mid-1990s. Can it be resurrected? Tell us what you think.
special report Microsoft's glaring neglect of its Web browser may actually hold clues to the future of browsing. You just have to peek through Windows.
Microsoft's minimal attention to the browser used to be a boon for some software writers. Now it's starting to hurt.
With days to spare, open-source browser meets 10-day goal of 1 million downloads.
The open-source browser and stable partner Mozilla have won over a number of defectors over in the past nine months, Web site metrics suggest.
With debut of browser preview and community marketing site, questions arise over Firefox's long-term potential.
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