Utah-based Caldera has released WebSpyder, a DOS-based graphical Web browser for OEMs which turns a browser into a PC interface, much like Microsoft intends to do with Active Desktop. It is aimed at companies making Web TVs, set-top boxes, Internet phones, network computers and Internet kiosks.
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