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Intel and Oakley pack a fitness tracker and AI coach into a pair of shades

As useful as they are, wearable fitness trackers aren't usually the height of fashion themselves, with many devices blending away out of sight on your wrist or ankle. Now Intel and Luxottica have teamed up to put a fitness tracker front and center on your face, stashing various biometric sensors and a voice-activated AI coach into a stylish, custom-designed pair of Oakley shades.
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