AOL 'Communicator' Threatens Netscape

By Derek Sooman on November 28, 2002, 9:41 AM
"AOL this month debuted in beta form a stand-alone e-mail client bundled with a new version of AOL Instant Messenger and an address book, a package collectively dubbed AOL Communicator.
Code-named Photon, Communicator has been in development for close to two years, although AOL has made no decisions on how to market the product. But sources say a faction of the company is pushing for Communicator to succeed Netscape, which has all but disappeared from users' screens.

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Geoff said:
Netscape may not be as popular, but its new version 7.0 is a very good product. I just don't see how an Email client would replace a browser though? Maybe it meant to replace Netscapes email client?
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