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FYI..

Andy

o Netscape and Apple Announce Plans to Develop Netscape Navigator for Apple's
  Cyberdog Technologies and OpenDoc Architecture

On August 27, 1996, Apple Computer, Inc. and Netscape Communications
Corporation announced that they have signed an agreement for Netscape to
develop a new version of Netscape Navigator that supports Cyberdog, Apple's
Internet suite; and OpenDoc, the open-component architecture. Netscape will
develop a custom component specifically for the Apple Cyberdog Internet suite
called Netscape Navigator for Cyberdog.

In addition, Apple will distribute Netscape Navigator for Cyberdog with its Mac
OS, as the default-browsing component for Cyberdog. Apple's plans also call for
the product to be incorporated with the Mac OS in Apple computers.



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