Open Garden, the San Francisco-based startup that allows Android, Windows and Mac users to create mesh networks between their devices to share Internet connections, today announced that it has managed to get Google Glass to connect to its network.
Open Garden hopes to make Google Glass — and any wearable computer — a node on its growing crowdsourced mesh network, and it’s asking for Google’s help to make it happen.
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VideoOpen Garden 'bonds' several data connections to increase Internet access You read it right, free Internet access (WiFi, 3G/4G...). So where's the catch? Well, you'll have to share your data connection too.
Open Garden's Micha Benoliel says his mesh networking app now goes beyond 3G and 4G sharing.
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, 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 ...
Open Garden, one of the finalists at TechCrunch Disrupt New York last year, just launched the newest version of its Android, Mac and Windows app that makes sharing your mobile internet connections even easier.