I'm not sure this makes a good business, but am always intrigued with geeks who try to bring the world better technology. In this case Open Garden builds a mesh network out of your mobile phone. Why do this? Better connectivity and better speeds.
Its network connects across 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It enables users to create their own ad-hoc mesh networks with other Open Garden-enabled devices including smartphones, tablets and PCs. And it offers benefits for nearly every player in the mobile ecosystem: consumers, carriers. handset and tablet manufacturers.
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