One of my favorite Windows Mobile apps is now available to the public. Go check out Deepfish if you spend time browsing the Internet on your phone.
When you browse to a site via Deepfish, a server at Microsoft renders the page in IE and then sends an image of that page to your phone. The benefit is that the page looks exactly like it would look on your computer screen. You can zoom in to different parts of the page and that area of the screen gets a higher resolution image. You can do basic text entry and navigate links, but don’t expect to do any flash-based interaction. Check out a demo on the website.