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It's mostly a formality at this point, but AOL is dropping support for its Netscape Web browser on February 1.
Netscape.com is on its way to being a portal page, so what's happening to their Social networking site? It will soon relaunch as Propeller.com.
MSNBC now owns Newsvine; find out what's changing and what's not about the popular social news site.
Propeller, Netscape's rebranded social news site, is alive and spinning.
Netscape has announced it's doing away with its much criticized Digg clone; plans to focus on a more traditional portal site.
Netscape's new browser is built on Firefox and has a variety of ways to use and interact with Netscape's services.