Instead of a cochlear implant or a traditional hearing aid, this device would fit like a retainer inside a patient's mouth. Combining the device with training the brain to decode impulses from the tongue's nerves, you would theoretically be able to "hear" sound.
On today's show, we feel slightly charmed by Google's new four-legged robot, learn more about how sheep can become Wi-Fi hotspots, and discuss an oral hearing aid that hopes to someday use a patient's tongue to "hear."
A sapphire screen isn't in the cards, claims analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, but a larger capacity and other surprises await.
The laser-guided, connected input device will let you take notes or draw on any surface, according to its Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign.
Is FiiO's sleek little $200 X3 2nd-gen high-resolution music player right for you?
New baubles will be appearing on wrists today, so prepare yourself. Also, Google's getting in on the MVNO game and Comcast is getting out of the acquisition game. For now. All that and more in your look back at the week in tech.
These gorgeous, "Beats-like" on-ear 'phones have a list price of $199.95 and sell elsewhere for at least $128.
The company's latest tablet will debut in select Asia-Pacific countries at the same time as in the US -- here's the breakdown on how much you'll be spending to get one.
It's somewhat slower memory, but it's still faster than a solid-state drive for those who need serious amounts of memory.
SanDisk has launched the world's first microSD card with a capacity of 128GB.