In the early days of the world wide web, there was one browser that ruled them all: Netscape Navigator.

Not long after the start of the new millennium, however, it’s market share had drastically decreased. With the rise of Internet Explorer, Netscape found themselves in a fight that they couldn’t win.

This video details how this happened by discussing the browser wars, and the rise and fall of Netscape.

CNBC takes a look at what’s next for the workspace based on what the big tech companies are doing.

Tech offices, from Apple’s 2.8 million square-foot “spaceship” campus, to Facebook’s Menlo Park headquarters complete with a botanical garden, have always pushed the envelope of office space. But coronavirus may make this type of work environment a thing of the past, at least for the near future, as companies try to balance communal work with safety. Here’s a look at how tech companies are changing their offices and work policies as they ease into reopening.