NOVELL has unveiled a new range of products, and plans to increase its dominance of the home and small office market. It has also pledged to broaden its scope by producing Internet-related products. Novell has signed a deal with Netscape Communications, producers of the leading World Wide Web browser for Internet users, to license the Netscape Navigator Web browsing software, which will be included in Novell products. The details of Novell's first such venture, WordPerfect Internet Publisher Pro for Windows, will be announced in late February. The move appears to be the first step towards Novell developing its own browsing technology, code-named 'Ferret.' Novell has also announced plans to introduce software designed to control office and home computer networks, linking everything from PCs, copiers and television sets. Companies such as Canon, Xerox and QMS are expected to use the technology in the future, according to Novell.