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Browser

A computer program used to find files or to surf the Internet. Web browsers are necessary to engage in e-commerce. That is, one cannot buy a book online without a browser to access a website from which to order books.
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The different responses of modules of deciduous and coniferous species to moose browsing affect the frequency and intensity of subsequent browsing on individual genets.
Previous studies have indicated that browsing by moose affects forest succession patterns (Thompson et al.
To learn more about USSD Browsing, visit Cellicium at Booth C10 at the 3G Africa event from 19 to 20 October in CAPE TOWN, South Africa or join SE[umlaut]bastien Desquilbet on October 20th, 12:00hrs at the Cape Town International Convention Centre for his presentation on "Achieving mass-market adoption of data services at the lowest operational cost".
Mobile operators know that subscribers won't spend as much time browsing on a mobile device if they feel they are getting a substandard, hard to use, limited version of the Internet.
The new browsing service also marks the successful expansion of AOL's alliance with InfoGin Ltd.
ThunderHawk continues to provide a browsing experience that is closest to what users see on their desktop," said Anna Chagnon, President and CEO of Bitstream Inc.
Noticeably faster Web browsing, application performance and attachment viewing,
The Mozilla Firefox browser offers built-in popup blocking, tabbed browsing (for multiple page views), security tools to protect users from potentially harmful ActiveX controls, integrated Google Search and a comprehensive set of developer tools - all aimed at making the consumer's browsing experience as smooth, safe and fun as possible.
Recognizing the increasing diversity in the use of notebook computing, BAPCo has delivered two new additional test modules to MobileMark(R) 2005, DVD and Wireless browsing.
This button is used for assigning browsing rights to the group (open) or the session owner (restricted).
Built on Endeca's highly successful next-generation information retrieval platform, Endeca Latitude brings the simplicity of searching and browsing online to the world of business intelligence.