Sell your unused data: Brisbane entrepreneur invents Wi-Fi sharing device

"Do you always have data left at the end of your monthly plan? There's an invention for that. David Poxon, a software engineer and PhD student at the Queensland University of Technology, has invented a device that enables homes to sell their leftover data on a separate Wi-Fi network. He's calling it "Uber for telcos". Poxon's start-up company, Velvet, provides a device dubbed a "hotshot" that will sit on top of existing routers and owners can decide how much data to share that month." Read more

Bhakthi Puvanenthiran Brisbane Times 21 Sep 2016


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