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Netscape to release updated browser

Netscape Communications has announced that in two weeks it will release a new version of its Netscape Navigator 2.0 browser, which will include identification security features and will allow users to include hyperlinks in email messages.

    In a bid to stay ahead of Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser, Netscape Communications has announced that in two weeks it will release a new version of Netscape Navigator 2.0, which will be priced at $49.

    The new version will feature email that lets users include hyperlinks in messages, and it will provide enhanced user identification security, according to Netscape officials.

    The new frames feature displays several different pages from a Web site on a single screen.

    Technology from Sun Microsystems, Macromedia, Adobe Systems, Apple Computer, and Progressive Networks have also been added to the browser.