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|Developer(s)||AT&T and Vizible|
AT&T Pogo was a Mozilla Firefox based web browser developed by AT&T and Vizible. A private beta was released to a limited number of users, but the project was terminated when Vizible sold its intellectual property to Open Text.
Features that were present in the private beta release included:
- Ability to create multiple home pages.
- Visual tab pages displaying a thumbnail for each open page.
- Visual method for managing Internet bookmarks.
- Visual method for viewing and managing internet history.
- Search feature for finding bookmarks and history items.
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- Sauer, Peter (June 19, 2008). "Invites for AT&T's Pogo Browser". The Washington Post. Retrieved 26 April 2010.
- "AT&T Pogo 3-D browser".
- "AT&T Pogo - Pitch & Demo". Archived from the original on 2008-04-21.
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