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What are cookies, and are they dangerous?

...cookies are small data files your Web browser uses to help sites remember who you are. They were invented at Netscape Communications Corp. a decade ago and incorporated into the then-reigning Netscape Navigator browsers to make Web surfing more...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/08/15/liv_445538.shtml
Life & style
Firefox: an impressive alternative to Internet Explorer

...and Netscape?A. As Netscape lost market share to Microsoft's Internet Explorer, the then-independent Netscape Communications Corp. opted to releases its software blueprint to the public and encourage developers to offer improvements. The...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/11/15/liv_434468.shtml
Life & style
French lawsuit challenges heart of Google's business model

...attorney Barry Felder, who won a landmark federal appeal court ruling for Playboy Enterprises Inc. against Netscape Communications Corp. and Excite Inc., disagrees. "What Google seems to be omitting is that they're creating a scenario which...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/04/26/bus_413452.shtml
Business
Microsoft moves to transform into online company

...its hair-raising experience of November 1995, when the company belatedly embraced the Internet, only just managing to blunt the threat posed to its Windows operating systems software by Netscape Communications Corp.'s browser software.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/04/06/tec_311349.shtml
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Appeal uncertain for Microsoft case

...on the Internet. September 1997 - Microsoft launches Internet Explorer 4.0 in stepped-up challenge to Netscape Communications Corp., whose share of browser market slips to less than two-thirds of Internet users. October 1997 - Justice...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/06/08/tec_290743.shtml
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Are three Microsofts better than two?

...SIIA in March due to the group's stance on the antitrust case. CCIA's membership includes AOL subsidiary Netscape Communications Corp., Intuit Inc., AT&T Corp. and Yahoo! Inc., along with Oracle and Sun. Microsoft was never a member...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/05/26/tec_290249.shtml
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Government asks court to break up Microsoft

...on the Internet. September 1997 -- Microsoft launches Internet Explorer 4.0 in stepped-up challenge to Netscape Communications Corp., whose share of browser market slips to less than two-thirds of Internet users. October 1997 -- Justice...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/04/29/tec_289591.shtml
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Andreessen out as technology chief at AOL

...Raduchel. AOL said in a statement from its Dulles, Va., headquarters that Andreessen, who co-founded Netscape Communications Corp., will remain with the company as a part-time strategic adviser focusing on startup investments in Silicon...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/09/11/tec_269946.shtml
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IBM continues 2nd day of claims against Microsoft

...available under its so-called Market Development Agreements if IBM promised not to include Internet software from Netscape Communications Corp. in the personal computers it sold. In notes he marked in the margins with three asterisks for significance...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/06/09/tec_263313.shtml
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Microsoft points to inconsistencies in earlier testimony

...health of his company because of its battle with Microsoft. James Barksdale, the chief executive officer of Netscape Communications Corp., testified in federal court in October that Microsoft had crippled his ability to distribute Internet software...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/06/04/tec_262948.shtml
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