The work is not complete, but some of the content has been converted to templates. There are different content templates for mobile browsers (ones with tiny screens) and "normal" browsers, and separate language template files which contain all of the English strings. So, if there is a typo or bad grammar somewhere, it only needs to be fixed once. And the layout can be tuned separately for each browser type without actually touching the strings or the application code. Maybe I'll add translations to other languages some day - it would be rather trivial (although time-consuming).
Beware - browsing the maps consume a lot of bandwidth. Depending on your carrier, you might end up paying a lot for just a little browsing. Be sure to check how much you're charged per megabyte.
While working on this I converted some of the site to mostly proper strict xhtml syntax. This changes how other browsers render things, so some new bugs might have crept in. This is what broke the weather pages the other day.
PS. The E61i browser is crappy - it hangs, dies or runs out of memory ("please close some applications") after just a little browsing around in the real-time map. Think I'll have to check what Opera has to offer.