Do we need another new browser? Apparently the folks at Newmium
( think so. The company says it will soon
roll out a browser with complete HTML 4.xy compatibility, as defined
by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

Scheduled for release in the second quarter of 2010, the Newmium
iXBrowser(iXB) is an universal browser that interfaces with Mac OS X,
Linus, FreeBSD, WinCE and Windows 32/64-bit operating systems. It has
the same look and feel across each platform, so users know what to
expect wherever they go for Internet access, according to the folks
at Newmium.

They say the iXBrowser(iXB) will support a whole spectrum of
protocols, including HTTP 1.x, FTP, Telnet, WAIS, POPx, SMTP and
more. It will also support XML 1.x, latest Document Object Model, and
latest Cascading Style Sheets.