Modu, an Israeli company that offered a tiny cell phone for use with interchangeable jackets, will shut down in February.
The Modu 1, the world's smallest mobile phone, is finally bringing its wacky modular 'jacket' concept to the UK. Could a touchscreen modular Android phone be next?
Modu offers a cell phone for playing dress up. CNET gets the story on a new kind of cell phone from the GSMA World Congress.
At GSMA World Congress in Barcelona, Modu shows off four new jackets for its modular cell phone.
At GSMA World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Modu shows off four new jackets for its modular cell phone. Check them out in our slide show.
Google has snapped up the patents of Modu, a maker of tiny, modular mobile phones. Is something Android-flavoured in the works?
Modu goes on sale in its home country of Israel.
Recently, we reported on the Modu phone, a handset that can be converted into several different devices via a 'jacket'. See our hands-on pics from Barcelona
Designed with JBL, the Modu Music jacket turns the tiny phone into a music player.
Put it into a "sleeve" or "jacket," and you can turn it into a multitude of different devices.