ANNOUNCING NETSCAPE 9
What you are looking at is a draft of the main toolbar of Netscape 9.0, running on Windows XP.
Netscape 9 will be a standalone browser, and from this screenshot, you can infer several things: unlike Netscape 8, Netscape 9 will contain support for newsfeeds (a.k.a. Live Bookmarks); it will also have tight integration with the Netscape.com service, as evidenced by the icons for the two available Netscape.com extensions (Friends' Activity Sidebar and the Sitemail Notifier). Several Netscape.com-based extensions will be built into the browser; only these two have been previously announced.
I'll be posting a new announcement, feature teaser, or progress report right here each Tuesday, so stay tuned.
Go to ufaq.org to view the piece of toolbar, which is irrelevant. So, it looks like they are going to stick with the standalone browser.
added by Antony:
The Jay Garcia article is actually taken from The (official) Netscape Blog, and written by Chris Finke.