Netscape Communications Corp. has released an OS/2 version of its Navigator software that supports IBM's VoiceType speech recognition technology and lets users surf the Internet by talking to their computers.
Navigator for OS/2 Warp is available as a free download from the Netscape home page at www.netscape.com and the IBM Software home page at www.software.ibm.com.
IBM will work with Netscape to develop native OS/2 upgrades to Navigator 2.02 including version 4.0, code-named Communicator.
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