Deserving of a separate post I think – those mobile browser stats show one important thing:
Nobody cares about the web on mobile phones.
The top 3 mobile browsers added up to a paltry 0.16% of web traffic, which for most Websites is approximately nothing. Of course if you are Google it’s a lot of pages, and they do have a mobile version.
Interestingly, if you look at the full stats, the iPhone has over four times the share of browsers than Windows 95.
But it all means that the whole mobile web thing is essentially irrelevant right now, though the growth is strong in the US/Europe.
However, we should recall that the iPhone and other newer phones have full web browsers, so there is no need to make pda versions of those web pages going forward.