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Nissan's Futuristic Smartwatch Links Car's Machinery and Driver's Biology

With everyone in the tech industry clamoring to get a piece of the nascent wearables market, perhaps it shouldn't be a surprise that automakers want in on the action, too. Today, Nissan is announcing at it's working on a concept to connect drivers with their sports cars in heretofore unexplored ways. The company says it's drawing from its experience on the racetrack to provide non-professionals with biometric data it hopes will make them perform better behind the wheel.

 

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