New “Invisible” Hearing Aids Hide in Your Ear

New “Invisible” Hearing Aids Hide in Your Ear

Hearable devices include products that enhance streaming media entertainment, enable hands-free phone and video conference calls, cancel external noise, and assist with hearing loss. We’ve written recently about Phonak’s Audeo Paradise AI-assisted hearing...
Who Uses Wearable Health Tech?

Who Uses Wearable Health Tech?

Health Tech Insider’s primary focus is on wearable and mobile devices for health and medical applications. We write about new wearables and the developing technologies that make new devices and applications possible. We often write about research studies that...
Stand for Hours with an Exoskeleton [video]

Stand for Hours with an Exoskeleton [video]

Exoskeleton technology primarily supports three purposes: mobility, enhancement, and protection. In addition to exoskeletons that support and assist quadriplegics, for example, we’ve also written about a smart exoskeleton that assists arm rehab, devices that...
New Low-Cost Hearing Aids Do Bluetooth [video]

New Low-Cost Hearing Aids Do Bluetooth [video]

New hearable products now appear on the market frequently. This trend is a welcome development for the millions of people with mild to moderate hearing loss who are underserved by the medical profession due to the high cost of traditional hearing aids. IDC and other...
DIY Smart Glasses Guide From Here to There [video]

DIY Smart Glasses Guide From Here to There [video]

Smart glasses have yet to find a killer app. Google tried hard with Google Glass but the wearable’s cumbersome geekiness never really had a chance in the consumer market. Current Google Glass applications center on industrial and scientific applications, with...