The Windows Mobile Team Blog offers a useful overview of alternative Windows Mobile browsers for owners who want to use something other than Internet Explorer, including previously-discussed Skyfire, Fennec and Opera Mobile. Despite the source, it's a fairly even-handed discussion and a good overview for new Windows Mobile device owners — though author Jim Causey does talk up the benefits of Windows Mobile's developer diversity ("Whenever you have a strong developer community, you find a range of alternatives to match the way you like to work and play") without mentioning the platform's well-deserved reputation for instability.
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