We’re not sure if we need another mobile browser in the game, after all, we’re still waiting on FireFox Mobile… Nevertheless, TeaShark has just entered the mix. The software will run on any Java MIDP 2.0 capable handset and enables you to, well, surf the web. It’s not very flashy, and still has a long way to go in terms of functionality, but we suppose a bit more competition can’t hurt anyone. The biggest problem, which is a rather glaring issue, is that the browser does not support any Palm or BlackBerry devices. We’re guessing this effort is targeted primarily at bargain basement handset owners. That said, we have no idea why anyone would choose to go with this over, you know, Opera. Sometimes choice is bad.