It's a sight that anyone who has recently been to Tokyo can't miss: Japanese mobile-phone users fixated on their handsets' tiny screens. Take a closer look and you will see that they're furiously tapping out e-mails, playing video games, listening to music or podcasts, watching TV, updating blogs, or searching the Internet. It hardly seems to matter that they have just 13 keys to surf the Web.
The Good: Touchscreen and larger display make this more fun to use than the first-generation mylo; ability to download podcasts and use Skype a plus
The Bad: Web sites load too slowly, in some cases not at all; no full-length movie or TV download service
The Bottom Line: Better than the first mylo, but I'll stick with my mobile phone for now.