A good idea shelved
Search engine outfit Google has mothballed a rather good idea to create modular mobile phones which allow parts to be updated when new tech comes available,
No kidding, Seeed Studio lets you create a (re)phone.
This just might be the coolest, most fun product we've covered in quite a while. The awesome people at Seeed Studio have put MediaTek's Aster SoC, the chip that we know from MediaTek Labs' Linkit One developer platform, to good use - creating a modular phone you get to build any way you want. Like Google's Project Ara, but less restrictive, more open to learning and imagination and just generally better.
Select journos get hands-on access
Google has released another Project Ara trailer-teaser and for the first time it granted hands-on access to a number of journalists.
Spiral 1 boots Android
Google Play for 3D-printed phone components
In the shops in early 2015
I’ll build my own phone... with blackjack... and hookers
Did not give up on modular smartphone
Meet Project Ara