Broken marriages and failed relationships are most often blamed on infidelity and this does not only cause emotional traumas, some have even gone as far as finding solace in hard drugs or committing suicide over a failed marriage or relationship.
This is most common in relatiotionships where time and money has been greatly invested to build over the years; the heartache and tears however, are some of the reasons some individuals have taken it upon themselves to expose unfaithful partners, like the popular TV documentary series, Cheaters.
However technology giants, Microsoft and Apple have a good news for people who wish to place their partners in check, and also help save marriages and relationship the heartache that develops from infidelity. The duo have taken it further by creating a genital implant, called “Commit-Tech”.
Commit-Tech is a tiny chip that will be implanted at the tip of the penis on the man and the vulva of the woman; it is designed to send an alert to their partners cell phone if they go astray.
The microchips are syncronised together with an app that is installed on either partners cell phones. If at any time, one of these chips is involved in any sexual activity without the other chip, it will alert the partners cell phone that the other has been cheating.
“It’s a brilliant idea and we think it’s about time couples became accountable for their actions,” said Stephen Triton, developer.
“There is no way cheating mates can get away with infidelity anymore. If your partner is not willing to install this implant, you might want to think twice about their commitment to you.” he added.
The chips which will be compatible with all devices, are expected to be on sale from March, 2017, and would be sold by Microsoft and Apple.