We get to grips with mockups of Yezz' interchangeable modules for Project Ara, Google's ambitious modular smartphone platform. Check it out.
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Google right now uses electric magnets for its build-it-yourself smartphone project. But it's testing out something that will work better.
The search giant's initiative to build phones with interchangeable parts has hit development delays, as the company looks for a test market in the US.
The search giant says it's "recalculating" its strategy for its effort to create phones with interchangeable parts.
Loving the idea of modular devices? This Kickstarter project brings a dozen hot-swappable modules to certain Apple and Android handsets you already own.
With Google's mix-and-match Project Ara handsets, the time is ripe for wacky add-ons to truly customize your phone.
Designed by Google and manufactured by Yezz, mock-ups of the highly anticipated Project Ara modular phone show up at MWC 2015.
CNET en Español's Raúl García talks with Yezz's CEO and Founder Luis Sosa, and gets a sneak peek at Yezz's Project Ara modules.
What exactly is a "modular phone" and why would you want one? We take a look at all the things we know -- and don't -- with this build-it-yourself smartphone design.
Here's what you need to know about Project Ara, a mobile phone with interchangeable components that slots together like Lego.