Cette entreprise tente de construire un peer-to-peer réseau smartphone w…

Cette entreprise tente de construire un peer-to-peer réseau smartphone w…

This company is trying to build a peer-to-peer networking smartphone without traditional cell towers.

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cette entreprise tente de construire un smartphone réseaux peer-to-peer sans tours de cellules traditionnelles.


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18 réflexions au sujet de “Cette entreprise tente de construire un peer-to-peer réseau smartphone w…”

  1. This is a very, very cool idea. I don’t think it’s practical though. Unless you’re in the city, you’re very unlikely to be near anyone else with this phone. Heck, I’m not even sure if it would be worth it in a city. I’m not sure how much I would trust any kind of unencrypted data, such as SMS or HTTP, going through that either

    Edit: Whoopsie, forgot the « un » in unencrypted. Big difference there!

  2. This would be more believable if the Saygus V Squared were their launch device.

    That is to say: This is very likely vaporware and if it ever actually shows up I will be more impressed than I was with issuing a Ctrl+F on the site and not seeing one mention of the word « blockchain ».

  3. I don’t see this going mainstream. However, these could be used during disaster relief when cell towers are down or really any scenario where cell coverage is spotty.

  4. I believe an app called Firechat uses Bluetooth and WiFi for peer to peer communications and it works on any phone. I don’t think it’s great based on my experience but the concept sounds similar to what the op shared.

  5. I’m surprised nobody has made a mesh network messaging app for Bluetooth, which would be great for being able to message at a concert or a protest or something where the cell towers are shit

    Kind of like I used to do with my Nintendo DS with my friends at the mall before we had cell phones – used pictochat or whatever the built in chat app was called

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