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IoV – The Internet of Voice

It’s time to fall out of love with your smartphone…

January 26th, 2017  |  Published in Usability & Design  |  1 Comment

Airpods – a Speculative Teardown

The courage to guess…

September 19th, 2016  |  Published in Usability & Design  |  19 Comments

Is Hearing Loss the New Diabetes?

Or how can we make people listen?

January 22nd, 2016  |  Published in eHealth & Assisted Living  |  1 Comment

Here today. Hearing aids tomorrow?

The opposite ends of hearables.

July 20th, 2015  |  Published in Usability & Design

Smart Wearables – a $30 billion dollar opportunity

Wearable tech’s coming to a body near you…

February 23rd, 2015  |  Published in Usability & Design  |  2 Comments

A Happy New Hear

The way we hear is evolving…

January 4th, 2015  |  Published in eHealth & Assisted Living

Acquire a Tech Visionary for just $3 billion

Buy a guru…

May 29th, 2014  |  Published in Usability & Design


Click titles to download pdf versions of the articles. As the UK moves towards a more major coronavirus lockdown, the Government is pursuing a strategy of mass production of ventilators.  This articles explains why and looks as the various approaches to a mass rollout. Since its inception in 2013, hearables have become the fastest growing […]

January 4th, 2009  |  Published in  |  1 Comment

Nick Hunn – Wireless Evangelist

  I have over twenty years experience of mobile and wireless communications and a further ten of product design.  In the course of that time I have been involved in starting and growing two companies – Grey Cell Systems and EZURiO, which were successfully acquired by TDK Corporation and Laird Technologies respectively.  I also spent […]

November 29th, 2008  |  Published in  |  2 Comments

About Creative Connectivity

Creative Connectivity is Nick Hunn's blog on aspects and applications of wireless connectivity. Having worked with wireless for over twenty years I've seen the best and worst of it and despair at how little of its potential is exploited.

I hope that's about to change, as the demands of healthcare, energy and transport apply pressure to use wireless more intelligently for consumer health devices, smart metering and telematics. These are my views on the subject - please let me know yours.

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