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An innovative website allows people in the Coachella Valley and the Imperial Valley to report environmental hazards, channel their complaints to government agencies and track actions taken in response using online maps that flag each report with a colored dot.
OpenSignal, the UK startup that has made a name for itself with its Android and iOS apps that crowdsource cell phone coverage based on data picked up from users' devices, is branching out into another area that consumers love to obsess about: the...
DARPA looking for technology that lets 5,000 wireless nodes connect quickly, securely
At an intimate dinner party, Maria Bartiromo gives a "Seat at the Table" to the rising stars of collaborative consumption.
A Sharing Economy is a Meshed Economy
We have analyzed and compiled the latest data and can now present a close look at broadband prices for 161 countries across the world.
Open Garden, a San Francisco-based mobile and desktop app developer with the lofty goal of making Internet access ubiquitous everywhere, on every device, launched in May last year at ...
Le CEO de Open Garden est un ancien de WIBS
Open Garden needs scale, TextMe needs a means for its customers to reach the Internet. These two might just be a match made in heaven.
How do you connect people who have no Internet? How do you build a wireless network outside of the official wireless ISPs?
Long-term evolution (LTE) was becoming the fastest developing system in the history of mobile communications, with estimations that it would cover 50% of the world’s population by 2018.
This article arises from Future Tense, a joint effort of Arizona State University, the New America Foundation, and Slate that looks at emerging technologies and their implications for policy and for society.
Open Garden —Mobile overlay mesh network for Internet accessGrow your own InternetStanislav ShalunovSeptember 22, 2012Making More of MobileCambridge Computer...
Here's some encouraging news for the European startup scene, and London in particular.
The Internet has managed to disrupt many industries, from publishing to music. So why not lending?
A free Alpha version of BitTorrent
In Kreuzberg, Berlin, virtual currency Bitcoin has expanded off the internet to become a favoured medium of exchange in real shops and bars.
Open Garden is now supporting multi-hop mesh networking in its app. That means your devices won’t just share connectivity with each other but with your neighbors’ devices and with their neighbors’ devices as well.
Open Garden leverages crowdsourcing to create seamless connectivity across 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It enables users to create their own ad-hoc mesh netw...
On future highways, cars could travel in wirelessly connected caravans.
You can be a customer of its collective network without owning a hotspot; you just latch on to signals at its Wi-Fi locations...
Few industries change at the pace mobile does. Whether it's the iPhone 5, the importance of LTE, or BYOD trends disrupting the enterprise, there are always new technologies, trends, and companies changing the way we define mobile.