A connected hearing aid is an Internet of Things device I can get behind
bills it as the "world’s first Internet of Things hearing aid." The device connects to a user's smartphone and can be controlled through Oticon’s companion app. Because it's compatible with IFTTT, the app can push through notifications when a smart lock is unlocked, a smart doorbell rings, or a smart smoke alarm goes off. It's a simple addition to a decades-old product, but for once, connecting a device to the internet actually improves its functions. So I say, yes, good use for Internet of Things. Good job, world.