Debunked: Penis Implant That Will Alert Your Cell Phone When Your Man Is Cheating

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I believe you must have heard the rumour that something-something was invented by Microsoft and Apple that will checkmate any form of infidelity in men. Well that story is purely a fallacy.

According to the information published by newsofnigeria, as stating that such tech is in the market (as at May 2017) is nothing but a mere speculations that holds no ground. Although it may be possible in time to come but it is a fallacious statement.

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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 relationships 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 partner’s cell phone if they go astray.

The microchips are synchronised together with an app that is installed on either partner’s cell phones. If at any time, one of these chips is involved in any sexual activity without the other chip, it will alert the partner’s 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. – newsofnigeria

However, I did my findings to authenticate the speculations but stumbled upon a conflicting reports. Read the report that was filed by Scopes with a headline that reads thus:

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A fake news article reports that a genital implant notifies spouses via cell phone alert when their husbands are cheating on them.

Now read the report of Scopes:

On 16 June 2016, the web site TMZ World News (not affiliated with the gossip site TMZ)  published an article reporting that Microsoft and Apple had teamed up to create a new penile implant that notifies spouses via cell phone alerts when their husbands are cheating on them:

Microsoft and Apple have joined forces to cut down on infidelity, save marriages and keep people in relationships accountable for their actions. Together, the technology giants have created a “genital implant” that will alert your cell phone if your partner goes astray. It is 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. These two microchips will be synced together with an app that is installed on your cell phone. 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.

The above-quoted story was just another clickbait fabrication from TMZ World News, a fake news site:

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The photograph included in the TMZ World News article does not show a “Commit-Tech” device; it’s an image of a small light sensor that is readily available on stock photography web sites:

light sensor

As if that was not enough, METRO also published a contravening story about the news that corroborate with the stand of Scopes. Here is the headline:

Penis gadget that informs you if your boyfriend is cheating is a fake

Now read the report of METRO:

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Those with cheating tendencies can calm down.

There is NOT going to be a microchip that can be inserted into your genitalia to let your partner know when you’re getting down and dirty with someone else. Breathe.

An advertisement for the ‘Commit-Tech’ claims the chip would be able to alert you by texting your phone if ‘your partner goes astray’.

Or, as one commenter has added, ‘dips his wick in something other than your candle box.’

However, after being investigated by Snopes, it turns out that the ‘device’ – which was reportedly being made by Microsoft and Apple – is nothing more than a cheat-catching concept. 

And the photograph of the chip is actually that of a small light sensor. Standard.

Commenting on the matter, Apple said: ‘It’s a hoax.’

People were pretty angry though when they thought it was actually a thing.

One said: ‘Whoever came up with this device needs to be spayed and neutered so there [sic] idiocy cannot continue.’ A

nother said: ‘This is just outrageous…might as well not be together if you can’t trust your partner enough to have a chip put in them.

Oh, and one woman tagged her partner and sent him a gentle threat…

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She said: ‘I’ll implant one of these into your pee pee while you’re asleep and make sure it explodes if it ever says you are cheating.’

Ooooooooookkkkkkk.

The reason for this report is not to prove that newsofnigeria have fallen foul but to enlighten people, especially internet consumers, on the good in verifying information before divulging of consuming them in totality. Thank God the news was, almost immediately, debunked. A lot of people would have been scammed.

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Therefore, it is important to stay informed but above all, build a healthy lifestyle that won’t cost you fortune. What we are unclear of right now is whether news could still be true, if you have any useful info about this development, get in touch through your comment of mail us. Shalom!

 

 

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