Android 10 hearing aid connection

Android 10 gets support for direct streaming to hearing aids

Audio Streaming for Hearing Aids on Bluetooth LE Connection-Oriented Channels was developed by Google in collaboration with GN Hearing and Cochlear.
UnitedHealthcare Hearing

UnitedHealthcare Hearing offers improved access to affordable, quality hearing healthcare

New business unit to help meet the hearing health needs of people enrolled in UnitedHealthcare individual, employer-sponsored and Medicare Advantage plans.
Nucleus 7 Sound Processor

Cochlear Nucleus 7 Sound Processor is the category-first “Made for iPhone” product

The device lets people stream sound directly from their iPhones, as well as control, monitor and customize their hearing from the companion app.
Halo 2 for iPhone

Starkey unveils updated version of its iPhone-connected hearing aid

The device and companion app provides ultra high-definition audio experiences, allowing patients to stay connected to the people and things they love most.
Doppler Here

Doppler Labs raise $17M Series B for its hearing tech

Founded by Noah Kraft and angel investor Fritz Lanman in 2013, the company promises to change the way we hear the world around us.

Eargo launches its virtually invisible hearing aid

Combining high-end consumer electronics aesthetics with medical device engineering in a tiny packaging, Eargo can be hidden entirely inside the ear.
Siemens smart hearing aids

Siemens unveils smart hearing aids at CES

Controlled via iPhone and Android devices, Siemens' devices are clinically proven to outperform people with normal hearing in background noise.

Nanoplug is virtually invisible, affordable hearing aid

Nanoplug captures sound in the same way that ears were designed to do, and its positioning reduces the risk of internal feedback and wind noise.
MotionSavvy's UNI tablet can interpret sign language

MotionSavvy’s UNI tablet can interpret sign language

Using a couple of cameras and Leap Motion hardware to track hand movement, the app can translate sign language into audible speech or written text.
Captioning on Glass

A Google Glass software can provide captions for hard-of-hearing users

The setting involves hard-of-hearing individuals wearing Glass while a second person speaks directly into a smartphone which converts speech into text.