It wasn't so long ago that the two big browsers, Internet Explorer and Netscape, were constantly at loggerheads to become the web browser of choice. For for a while, Netscape was the popular choice and looked like becoming the number one option. It only really changed when Internet Explorer was bundled with Windows and it was simply easier to use the browser built-in to the system.
Netscape hasn't been that popular for a while. Netscape 8 was programmed externally, but a third-party, and didn't really go down well. It was never going to beat Firefox or Opera. However, Netscape have released some preview information about Netscape 9, which is being programmed internally. At the moment it's only a teaser, but the browser should be available some time during March.
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