Israeli mobile device startup Modu is receiving USD100m in funding from undisclosed sources, according to local newspaper The Globes. The company claims to have previously raised USD20m in funding. Modu develops miniature mobile phones that have a modular design, allowing them to be inserted into USB connector jackets in other devices such as MP3 players, car stereos, digital cameras or larger phones. The devices are intended to interact in a similar manner to Flash memory sticks, with a unique memory technology that can interface with any digital media device and allow all forms of data to be transferred. No information was provided as to how the funding will be spent.
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