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|Developer(s)||Logicplant Co., Ltd.|
|Initial release||February 14, 2007|
|Stable release||1.1.16 / May 11, 2009|
|Written in||Java, C|
|Operating system||Windows Mobile
|Platform||Cross-platform WIPI/ BREW /Java(VM) / Manufacturer's native platform|
|Size||under 500kB but variable|
It currently supports Windows Mobile (Touchscreen devices only), Windows CE, Symbian, BlackBerry (RIM) and Linux. Also it supports BREW, Java and WIPI. Its first commercial version was released in Feb. 2007 in Korea with SK Telecom, KTF, LG Telecom and KT WiBro(WiMAX) which are carriers (operators).
In uZard Web, a webpage is fully rendered by a server separate from the mobile device, similar to the operation of a thin client. This approach is also used by Opera Mini and the original Skyfire (1.x) browser; it is usually faster and supports better rendering techniques, but does not offer the end-to-end security of a full browser (such as Opera Mobile or Internet Explorer Mobile).
The layout engine used in this browser is MoRDAC (Mobile oriented Remote Display and Control).
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- CTIA Wireless 2009 Logicplant to present its mobile web browser 'Uzard web' -Aving News 
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