- Published on 22 March 2021
The third and final part of an Audio Infos UK look at what are we left with when we take away all the strictly hearing-related elements from today’s latest hearing devices: Oticon and GN Hearing.
- Published on 20 March 2021
Who is going to bat an earlid when the hearing aids of the next few years deliver a hamper of Internet of Things (IoT) utilities, dozens more healthable functions, and who knows exactly what gimmicks and non-hearing extras?
- Published on 18 March 2021
What are we left with when we take away all the strictly hearing-related elements from the latest hearing devices in the marketplace?
- Published on 17 March 2021
WS Audiology has announced the appointment of Jennifer Wright, Au.D. to Senior Director of Partner Marketing. After this internal promotion, Jennifer will report directly to Sheena Oliver, WS Audiology Chief Marketing Officer, Wholesale USA.
- Published on 26 February 2021
Audika, the Demant-owned chain of hearing centres in Spain, has acquired Audifón, strongly positioning the Danish group’s network on the Iberian peninsula with 123 practices.
- Published on 23 February 2021
Widex USA has announced the appointment of retail branding expert Kerrie Coughlin as its new Vice President of Marketing.
- Published on 22 February 2021
A call for online submission of papers—with a March 28 deadline—has been issued by the organisers of the 65th International Congress of Hearing Aid Acousticians, which is scheduled to take place face-to-face in Hanover, Germany from September 15 to 17.
- Published on 18 February 2021
Starkey will see no possible hearing damage resulting from the clamour of gongs falling its way for the Livio Edge AI hearing aid platform, for which the latest accolade has come in the form of a Consumer Technology Association (CES) Innovations Award honoree in the accessibility category.
- Published on 16 February 2021
Domestic hearing instrument (HI) sales climbed back to recovery status in the final quarter of 2020, say UK and Ireland manufacturers in their latest financial assessment.
- Published on 15 February 2021
A new report from top US information protection outfit CI Security reveals a 36% increase in IT breaches in the second half of 2020, attributing the rise in cybercrime to lack of vigilance during a sudden massive demand for telehealth under Covid conditions.