RealNetworks Incorporates Mozilla Rendering Engine In Private-label Media Player
Wednesday April 26th, 2000
According to this article in Netcenter's Tech News section, RealNetworks is adding a downloadable HTML rendering component -- based on Mozilla -- into a private-label version of the Real Player. The player, co-developed by RealNetworks and a company called Global Media, allows for Global Media's Associates to have a branded media-player solution for their broadcasting services.
RealNetworks interest in Mozilla first came to our attention at the Developer Meeting at Mountain View - but I thought they were only evaluating Mozilla at that point. It seems like they've made some progress!
Thanks to Tekhir and others for the news.
#9 Re: Cool! Moz in Real
Friday June 30th, 2000 12:10 AM
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I don't want anything from Real anywhere on my system. They's as bad as microsoft when it come to changing setting to use their products and their products suck for the most part. When is Mozilla going to be used in something worth having (other than Mozilla that is)?