We asked WIDEX Innovation Team Manager, Adam Westermann, to explain just why WIDEX MOMENT™ represents such a paradigm shift in the search for more natural sounding hearing solutions.
Power of data has almost become a cliché. But with so many ways that hearing aid manufacturers, professionals and end-users can benefit from data, maybe there’s still truth behind the (almost) cliché?
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a popular term you’ve probably been hearing a lot lately. But how can you use AI as a hearing aid technology?
If you’re a medical professional, you may have struggled to combine your stethoscope with your hearing aids. But new technology is making that easier to do.
Widex Real-Life Insights is the first ever data technology to bring you insights into the choices your clients make when they create a new personal program. So you get a stronger foundation for tailoring your fitting, counselling your clients, an...
A brand-new study reveals how satisfied users are with WIDEX EVOKE™ compared with their own hearing aid. We briefly visited the preliminary results in the fall of 2018. Now the final results are in.
Since the launch of WIDEX EVOKE™, hearing aid users have said they prefer their WIDEX EVOKE hearing aids. A new survey confirms that they do – particularly in noisy situations.
Widex TV PLAY is a new TV streaming accessory that not only features elegant and discreet design but also excellent streaming performance. To ensure maximum streaming stability, Widex’s innovative dual antenna technology comes into the picture.
The digital hearing aid revolution that started in the ‘80s is on the brink of its next evolution: machine learning. What will it mean for end users? For you? We’ve taken a look in our crystal ball and have some predictions.
We tend to take the technology for granted, but modern digital hearing aids as we know them today wouldn’t exist without the humble microchip.
A new study from Japan shows that the tones used in Tinnitus Retraining Therapy can help people with tinnitus significantly.
A common complaint with hearing aid users involves distortion or “clipping” that comes with high-volume sounds. Luckily, a solution is on its way and it involves one thing: headroom.