The mylo instant messages, Skypes, browses Web pages, send email, plays music, and shows pictures: It's a $350 device that Sony will put on the market in September, and it uses Wi-Fi (slow 802.11b) for communications. The device, the name of which is supposed to remind us that "my life [is] online," includes support for Skype, including SkypeIn (inbound "real" telephone number) and SkypeOut (outbound phone network calling), which means it's a Wi-Fi telephone. A QWERTY keyboard is hidden and can slide out. It comes with 1GB of flash memory and a Memory Stick slot.
JiWire (according to Om Malik) apparently managed to get their hotspots directory (of locations in the US) embedded it this doodad, too. It supports WEP and WPA Personal; no corporate authentication, folks, which is just fine with the corporations.