Modu Has to Close Its Doors


A sad day, indeed. Modu – the folks who make small modular phones for which to insert into various jackets for extended functionality – has to sell off all of their stocks, assets, bonds, capital: whatever. They’ve not been able to make enough money to pay employee salaries and debts owed, according to reports originating from Israel.

They’re little known on our side of the globe  – I bet you guys didn’t even know that one or some of these little Modu phones were running Android. It’s sad to see them go, however, as they were an ambitious company who was very excited about what they were providing. Farewell, Modu. [via BGR]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. because all-in-one is better than carrying 5 devices.

  2. Hopefully some of the clever folks will find employment with some of the bigger boys.

  3. Who cares. Their product sucked. They should of got into the tablet business since that’s where all the sheep are heading.

  4. Hm that’s actually a pretty nice lookingi phone UI. what a shame.

  5. “for which to insert into various jackets for extended functionality”


    Rewrite needed

  6. Perhaps a re-read is needed.

  7. You sure told him.

  8. Various jackets? Where?

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