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How Do Cell Phones Work? 

Cell phones are everywhere. We all have them, but most of us haven't the vaguest idea of how they actually work.

What Is WiFi?

What is WiFi? Wi-Fi is a system that allows computers, smartphones, and other devices to communicate wirelessly through a wireless connection within a given area or to connect to the internet.

What Is Bluetooth: The Ultimate Guide

Most of us have heard of Bluetooth, but if asked, what is Bluetooth, would be completely unable to answer the question.

LoRa: Long Range Connectivity Explained

LoRa (short for Long Range) devices and networks enable smart IoT applications, solving some of our biggest challenges

What’s the Difference Between Proof of Concept, Prototype, and MVP?

POCs, prototypes, and MVPs are all early versions of a product made for similar purposes. They each test the viability and appeal your potential product might bring to the market and the target users.

What Is Firmware?

A simple firmware definition is that firmware is low-level code that runs on the hardware. In other words, it's the software on your hardware.

Design Sprints: Prototyping Your Idea At Light Speed

Is someone in your business thinking about implementing a Design Sprint? Or has one of your employees asked what you think of the design print process? Maybe you want to learn more about design sprint methodology? Whatever your reasons for landing on this page, we hope that you learn a lot more about design sprints.

Functional Prototype Manufacturing: The Ultimate Guide

With a well-made functional prototype, your new design team moves beyond your initial stage to use prototype manufacturing to achieve a three-dimensional physical object that can be held and touched: a manifestation and example of your future product design ideas.

Ovyl Recognized Among Top Custom Software Development Companies

Now that we’ve been recognized on DesignRush, we’ve also been included in the Top Custom Software Development Companies in December 2021 according to DR list.

Ovyl Earns Its First Five-Star Clutch Review

Our cross-disciplinary team allows us to combine early insights in strategy and extensive expertise in execution to address a variety of issues in product development

IoT Security: Understanding Risks and Threats

Wireless Technologies: BLE vs LoRa vs WiFi vs Cellular

Wireless communication is a category of technology that can send or receive digitized messages without a direct connection. Combining computer processing with the basic principle allows more complex messages between the systems at faster speeds.

What is Bluetooth LE Audio? How It Might Become The New Standard

Bluetooth LE Audio is the next generation that will enhance the performance of Bluetooth audio and add to existing support for hearing aids. Bluetooth LE will also introduce Auracast™ broadcast audio, a new Bluetooth ability with the potential to again change the world of audio and how we connect with the world. LE Audio will bring a new level of quality to wireless technology and the Bluetooth standard. Bluetooth LE and Bluetooth LE Audio aren't the same thing either. LE Audio brings a new streaming feature to audio on Bluetooth. LE Audio is the latest Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) standard.

Wi-Fi HaLow Technology: Definition, Explanation, & So Much More

Wireless connectivity continues to run the IoT and the modern world. In 2017, Wi-Fi HaLow was approved and released. It is supported by the Wi-Fi Alliance. Wi-fi today continues to develop and expand, offering consumers more flexibility and usability. Wi-Fi HaLow meets the special needs of the IoT for industrial, agricultural, and smart environments for lower power connectivity offered by the newly certified technology.

What is 5G Capable Of? Discover Everything This Technology Has To Offer

5G is the fifth generation of mobile networks. It is the new worldwide wireless standard following its predecessors, the 1G, 2G, 3G, and 4G networks. With 5G, a new form of wireless network has been developed that will connect virtually everyone and everything together, including machines, objects, and devices.