A new concept mobile aims to do away with upgrades by having swappable modules that keep your phone up to date.
Modu, which is now defunct, made small mobile phones that could placed into cases to add more functionality to the respective platform.
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?
Google has snapped up the patents of Modu, a maker of tiny, modular mobile phones. Is something Android-flavoured in the works?
Modu, an Israeli company that offered a tiny cell phone for use with interchangeable jackets, will shut down in February.
If you have an obsessive-compulsive neat streak, rejoice for the four-in-one Fujitsu laptop-phone-tablet-camera.
Microsoft's filed a patent for a Transformer-esque smart phone, with swappable accessories like game pads and extra batteries.
Modu goes on sale in its home country of Israel.
Designed with JBL, the Modu Music jacket turns the tiny phone into a music player.
At GSMA World Congress in Barcelona, Modu shows off four new jackets for its modular cell phone.