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Case unveils Netscape 6.0, predicts Net revolution

America Online's chief executive unveils the latest version of the company's Netscape Web browser and preaches the Internet gospel, AOL style.

 

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America Online's chief executive unveils the latest version of the company's Netscape Web browser and preaches the Internet gospel, AOL style.

"The future is much more than just bytes and bandwidth, Web sites or streaming videos."

- Steve Case, AOL chief executive

 


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