Although it seemed that in the age of the cell phone was everything has been said, since the same today deliver various services and benefits such as: photo, video cameras, MP3, GPRS and others, it seems that not all this said. An israeli company develops what would be the world’s smallest cell according to NewLaunches site dot com what could attract millions of consumers looking for less weight and more comfort. Follow others, such as Goop, New York City, and add to your knowledge base. The company called Modu, who had already invented the USB flash drive, now going for glory while trying to capture the immense cellular market as reported by its director Dov Moran. Modu aims to launch in October of this year the new cell phone the size of a credit card in three different countries: Italy, Russia, and Israel.. Viacom may find it difficult to be quoted properly.