- Published on 16 July 2019
An Australian university-based start-up is ready to market a one-hour 3D printing service for personalised hearing device shapes, and it uses iPhone scanning to provide the mould data.
- Published on 30 June 2019
Many hearing healthcare professionals (HHCPs) will be more than a little scornful, but InnerScope's launch of Nexus, a "self-fitting" hearing aid, comes with the warning that it is "revolutionizing the industry".
June 3 Apple announcements embrace hearing health, but are we closer to an actual Apple hearing aid?
- Published on 16 May 2019
New Apple Inc. tech products to be announced on June 3 will reflect the computer giant's increasing focus on healthcare, in particular hearing features aimed at the so-called Silver Tsunami generation of ageing consumers.
Apples and Oranges, and how substandard Daily Mail journalism triggered an Apple Airpod cancer frenzy
- Published on 30 April 2019
Here's a formula for misinformation, the results of which can be mass panic and huge loss of revenue: a group of experts agree that selected fruits might need to be checked for poison; a newspaper read by millions misinterprets the experts and reports that apples are poisonous.
- Published on 29 April 2019
Microsoft is believed to be following Amazon in developing earbud wireless headphones to challenge for the space captured and opened by Apple AirPods.
- Published on 25 April 2019
The Swiss giant Sonova Holding AG has played down the possibility of a Brexit motive behind an "optimisation" operation that will see it shift some of its UK Phonak services and manufacturing activities to centres in Alicante (Spain) and Vietnam.
- Published on 19 April 2019
Innovating the business formula can boost healthcare as well as profits, according to the US-based hearing gamifiers, clEARTM, which chose the American Association of Audiologists Conference (AAA) to announce its new $24.99 subscription package.
- Published on 12 April 2019
A "completely new alternative to a normal hearing device"—an eardrum-hugging disc using a piezoelectric transducer and labelled by its inventors a "contact lens" for the ear—now has the home straight of its development in sight.