This is really about choice. More choice allows people to select the best browser for their needs. It also gives them an alternative to OS-bundled browsers.

This is for advanced users who want to get a taste of our technology, and they expect there will be some issues with it.

They'll be very similar to the widgets you see in Apple's Mac OS X.

It is really a big jump for us into Web applications. They give people the information they want right on the desktop. Even if it is a Web page, people don't have to go to the browser to see it.

People go online to do specific things and widgets allow them to get to the information they want immediately, rather than calling up Web pages.

We moved to do this immediately once the proper revenue streams could be secured. We have strong revenue streams for our embedded and mobile browsers. We will also create revenues from search, like other commercial browsers.