Marc Andreessen, developer of the Netscape browser that introduced millions of people to the internet but lost to Microsoft in the so-called browser wars of the 1990s, appears to want a rematch, reports the New York Times: Now a prominent Silicon Valley financier, Andreessen is backing a start-up called RockMelt that is building a brand-new web browser. Andreessen suggested the new browser would be different, saying that most other browsers have not kept pace with the evolution of the web, which has grown from an array of static web pages into a network of complex web sites and applications. "There...

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