Looking to kick back, text, do your nails, read your iPad or mindlessly snack while driving, all without the inconvenience of potentially killing other people? Thankfully, the wait is nearly over. By the end of this decade autonomous driving will be ready for prime time, Nissan's top executive said today, ushering in an era where entire families can share the boredom of long road trips once reserved only for small children strapped into the back seat.Kidding aside, "there is a lot of marketing interest in it," Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn
Livio has spent the last year opening up to app developers with Livio Connect, but now, CEO Jake Sigal sees an opportunity in traditional radio he's calling FM Connect.
"We've gone airborne," says Sigal. FM Connect takes the traditional FM radio signal and creates a two-way link between the broadcaster and the Bluetooth connected smartphone.