Spyglass, owner of the orginal Mosaic browser, is the latest company to plug Net appliances - boxes which are designed to let technophobic oldies (Marian and George in Spyglass parlance) get on the Internet.
Spyglass has opened a UK office to promote its small footprint software, which will Web-enable anything from televisions to toasters. Britain's Acorn and the US firm Diba are also active in this market.
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