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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 Pixo Internet Microbrowser provides wireless users with the ultimate mobile commerce experience through a graphical, easy-to-use design and direct access to valuable Internet brands and services.
Existing customers can take advantage of this exciting new microbrowser by simply downloading the new software from the Rogers AT&T Wireless website (www.
In addition to the microbrowser, Neomar is also delivering the Neomar WAP Gateway which, combined with the microbrowser and portal, provides a secure, end-to-end solution for Neomar's partners to deliver WAP content and enterprise applications to their customers.
And the RIM handhelds, especially the new palm-sized 957, are great devices for hosting our microbrowser and Mobile Portal, which are providing access to both Web-based information and soon enterprise applications.
Neomar's WAP microbrowser and related technologies deliver information and e- commerce connections in an easy-to-use format that allows for one-touch content retrieval from a handheld device.
The Neomar microbrowser and portal for all Palm OS handhelds will be available in a closed beta program immediately.
EIS has created the iPanel microbrowser to be fully compliant with all major Internet browser standards that support a wide variety of image formats and multimedia Internet applications.
WAPman is a WML-based microbrowser designed for the PDA market.
With MicroBrowser mobile e-trading is possible even if the investor is at the office, at home or on holiday.
com(TM) and Microsoft's Microbrowser is scheduled to ship in the first half of 2000.
Browser(TM) microbrowser for development of their wireless phones.
A microbrowser is an Internet browser designed for use with a wireless handheld device such as a two-way pager, mobile phone, or PDA.