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iCandy: Pairing People With Processors

This month's edition features robotic pants that make the lame walk, an electronic eye embedded in the back of a man's head, and a walking Internet billboard

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Photo: John F. Williams/U.S. Navy/AP Photo
This is what a U.S. Navy electromagnetic rail gun looks like after firing a small projectile with a force of 33 megajoules. That record-setting shove is said to be enough to make a projectile strike a target nearly 180 kilometers away after it leaves the muzzle of the gun at close to 2400 meters per second.

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