Lunascape (web browser)
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Lunascape is a web browser developed by Lunascape Corporation in Tokyo, Japan. It is unique in that it contains three rendering engines: Gecko (used in Mozilla Firefox), Webkit (used in Apple Safari and Google Chrome), and Trident (used in Microsoft Internet Explorer). The user can switch between layout engines seamlessly.
Lunascape Corporation was founded in August 26, 2004 by Hidekazu Kondo who is also the CEO. In the United States it is based in San José, California in June 2008 . The decision was made because of the global scope of the internet with its 700 million users while Japan has only 70 million users. According to the company's founder Kondo: "Silicon Valley is the place to expand the global IT business to a very good environment. A lot of success around, so consult with the idea seriously. Spawn new business for the network. Lawyer for one It's wide network of contacts in Japan and feel the difference. If I only wanted to go, "Kondo said.
The flagship of the company is its browser, but it also provides web services such as social networking and a web portal.