Updating sony mylo software
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I am writing about it here cause not sure where to slip this info in. There is a simple "slider button" on the top that you toggle to search for wifi capability. Next the blue light that has been high profile but not mentioned means you are connected to wifi. Also, with AIM/Google interoperability coming soon, doesn't this also mean you can talk to all IM networks on the device, eventually? IM to MSN/Windows Live Messenger and vice-versa, you need Yahoo!
User Liam Fly inexplicably keeps changing some text to unreferenced opinions. Troy88 , 12 August 2006 (UTC) I didn't want to mess up the wiki by adding links, I wanted to know if you guys think it's appropriate to add a section for the Mylo called reviews and list a few sites, I think my review is very helpful for people new to the Mylo, it's filled with pictures and videos. Cook Does anyone think that Mylo may as well have a similar introduction to Blackberry, which is: "The Black Berry is a wireless handheld device introduced in 1999 which supports push e-mail, mobile telephone, text messaging, internet faxing, web browsing and other wireless information services".