- Published on 13 April 2021
Sonova’s Unitron brand has launched a new hearing aid platform—Blu—to offer users a device adaptable to varying daily sound environments.
- Published on 26 March 2021
Signia has announced the general availability of its Signia Active X hearing aid, featuring the brand’s innovative Dynamic Soundscape Processing, plus a stigma-busting earbud shape.
- Published on 24 February 2021
Phonak has extended the reach of its technology for child hearing with the release of the second generation of Roger Focus, which uses a tiny ear-level receiver that couples with any Roger microphone to bring sound from teachers or parents to children at a distance.
Safety green light lets Sonova offer Phonak Marvel tech to Advanced Bionics cochlear implant wearers
- Published on 09 February 2021
Marvel, the most successful product launch in Phonak’s history, will be available to users of its sister firm Advanced Bionics’ cochlear implants (CIs), following an announcement by their parent group Sonova of TUV approval bringing international safety recognition.
- Published on 05 February 2021
Phonak has announced Naída Paradise, a power hearing aid for people with severe to profound hearing loss, bringing essential wireless connectivity within a tiny casing.
- Published on 03 February 2021
GN Hearing has unveiled a new hearing aid line-up—ReSound Key—base on the Danish company’s Organic Hearing philosophy and relying on an advanced chip platform. It comes in rechargeable options and features state-of-the-art streaming.
- Published on 06 December 2020
Philips HearLink hearing aids—made by audiology tech giant Demant and sold through the trusted Philips name and channels—are now enhanced by AI capabilities that increase clarity of speech and conversations.
- Published on 01 December 2020
November 30 saw the launch of a brand new hearing aid platform by the Danish manufacturer from the Demant group, Oticon: More is its name.
- Published on 05 November 2020
The healthable scope of Starkey's Livio Edge AI hearing aids has been grown to break new ground in assistive technology solutions through a sensory synergy with the award-winning OrCam MyEye device, which provides visually impaired people with hands-free, audio-communicated access to visual information.
- Published on 03 November 2020
What the eye doesn't see, the heart of certain stigma-conscious users who want their hearing aids invisible will not grieve but thrill over. Hence, Phonak persisting with an analogue (yes!) device—Lyric—first launched back in 2006. Lyric 4 is here.