Nov 282017
 November 28, 2017  Posted by  Business

Jasper Hamill reports:

A British company has released the first pictures of a ‘smart condom’ which collects very intimate data about the sex life of anyone brave enough to wear it. The device is called the i.Con and can detect STIs as well as sending data about a sex session straight to the wearer’s smartphone. British Condoms said its ‘revolutionary wearable tech for the bedroom’ measures the number of calories burned during intercourse, the speed of a man’s thrusts, how long he lasts and even what positions are used.

Read more on Metro.

And I guess I should say thank you to the reader who sent in this item. Let’s see how long it takes before we get a report of a privacy or data security breach involving this latest entry into IoT.

  One Response to “World’s first ‘smart condom’ collects intimate data during sex and tells men whether their performance is red-hot or a total flop”

  1. TY for the giggles!

    Order page:
    [url deleted by]

    What does i.Con do with its data? Can I use it anonymously?

    Absolutely! All data will be kept anonymous but users will have the option to share their recent data with friends, or, indeed the world. You will be able to anonymously access stats that you can compare with i.Con users worldwide.

    Setting up a twitter account for my condom now!

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