- Published on 24 June 2014
As fear and panic over a potential coronavirus pandemic send share values into free fall generally, the Australian cochlear implant producer, Cochlear, has blamed the health scare for having to cut its full-year profit forecast.
The US Army, industry, and academia have teamed up to develop hearing protection for working dogs, which face temporary and permanent hearing loss from the high noise levels in their daily work.
InnerScope Hearing Technologies' promised over-the-counter onslaught on the US hearing aid market requires a $15m investment which, says the company, will be found from private placement offerings.
Making the punishment fit the crime has perhaps never been better applied than in this Mumbai authorities' new scheme to combat the Indian city's hellish noise from honking car horns. The more irate drivers honk, the longer the light stays red.
A small survey it may be, with completed forms from just 225 audiologists, but almost 70% of respondents in the 2020 Audiology Professional Dispensing Survey agreed with the statement that they dispensed “significantly more” rechargeable hearing aids in 2019 than in 2018.
The registered UK hearing charity, The Ear Foundation, has announced that it will cease activity on March 6, 2020 unable, after 31 years in operation, to overcome increasing "financial challenges". Current staff plan to form a new charity.
Oticon has launched a hearing aid addition to its Essentials category: RUBY. Complete with a new feedback management system, this latest release from the Demant device brand has contact-free inductive rechargeability and 2.4 GHz bluetooth connectivity.[ ... ]
Amplivox has released Model 270 +, a two-channel diagnostic audiometer with a specification that includes air, bone and speech testing, along with several special tests such as Stenger, SISI, Master Hearing Aid, and more.[ ... ]
A direct connection to virtually any Bluetooth device including smartphones, TVs, tablets, and PCs is the power pitch of Phonak's latest release, the Naída Marvel (M) hearing aid, which also enables users to use the integrated Marvel 2.0 technology to stream the Roger signal direct to both ears.[ ... ]