AOL Browser (not just rumors like the Google one)

AOL prepares its own browser | CNET News.com

AOL is planning to release its own stand-alone Web browser based on
Microsoft’s Internet Explorer technology, according to sources familiar
with the company’s plans.

AOL Browser, as it’s called, will be available as a separate
download for Web users. The software will be based on a stripped-down
version of IE and will be branded with AOL’s logos, the sources said.
Up until now, the Time Warner division has only offered a browser
that’s tied to its popular Internet service. That browser also uses IE
technology.

Microsoft last year granted AOL a seven-year royalty-free license to
use IE technology in its products. The license was one of many
concessions that Microsoft offered AOL as part of a $750 million
settlement in an antitrust lawsuit filed by Netscape in January 2002.

Click here for screen shots of the AOL browser