On September 9, 1996, Bandai Digital Entertainment announced that it had licensed Spyglass's Mosaic technology as the basis of the @WORLD Browser to be included with @WORLD consoles. It included QuickTime and Shockwave support, and could be upgraded by shipping a new "Cyber/CD" to customers. On September 23, Bandai announced that the browser would ship with SurfWatch ProServer, which added parental controls over unwanted content. A 28.8 kbps Motorola modem was also included with the browser and console.
- ↑ Pippin: discs by Mark Johnson, Flickr. 2003-05-09.
- ↑ Bandai Digital Entertainment selects Spyglass technology for Pippin @World Internet appliance browser, BusinessWire. 1996-09-09.
- ↑ Pippin browser for TV by Jeff Pelline, CNET. 1996-09-09.
- ↑ Bandai Digital Entertainment bundles Motorola 28.8 modem with Pippin @World Internet TV appliance., BusinessWire. 1996-09-23.
- ↑ Bandai Says Goodbye to Pippin by Chris Johnston, GameSpot. 1998-02-27.
- ↑ Surfmonkey browser by Sven Fredriksson, YouTube. Archived 2016-09-28.
- ↑ Surf Monkey: New standard for wholesome Net browsing launched by Bandai Digital Entertainment., BusinessWire. 1997-06-13.
- Internet Kit
- Pip PPP (@WORLD Dialer)
- Pippin Network CD
- WebViewer with Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 for Mac
- Connecter une Pippin à Internet (French) by Pierre Dandumont at Le Journal du Lapin (2017-10-27)