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iCandy: Tech in Your Body

Devices that help humans see, drive, and feel better

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Photo: Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP/Getty Images
The world’s first full-length marathon for bipedal humanoid robots began on 24 February in Osaka, Japan. The winner of the 42.195-kilometer race, Robovie-PC, made by Vstone Co., broke the tape at the finish line nearly 55 hours after it set out on the course.

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