The hottest thing in mobile browsers is Augmented Reality, a new segment of the market led by Layar. The Layar browser allows you to use your cellphone camera and view a live shot on your display that shows you real time information on the items you are looking at. For example, you might point your lens at a row of houses and up will pop an icon on the homes that are up for sale. You might also see the sales price of the home and the name and phone
number of the broker handling the transaction. The info appears as an added layer above the live picture, hence the company's name. Available at this point only for Android (check the Android Market), Layar also supports Wikipedia, Flickr, Google local search and more. A version for the iPhone 3GS should be out shortly.
Meanwhile, the company has updated its AR interface and now supports 3D. They have put together some video so you can check out how Augmented Reality looks in more than 1 dimension. The new 3D version of Layar is expected to be available in November with the release of version 3.0.