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Up in Smoke: How Technology Is Changing Sex
  • January 29, 2014 : 07:01
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Technology has infiltrated all aspects of our day-to-day routines, including our sex lives. But it’s not just our smartphones and laptops taking up space in the bedroom—more startling tech like DNA sequencing and robotics are predicted to start making headway into our love lives. The future is now for this installment of Up in Smoke, so strap on your jetpack and join our Playmates, Cybergirls, Amateurs and Coeds to explore this brave new world of sex and tech.

Model: Chelsea Salmon - A survey reveals that half of women research guys via Google and Facebook before a first date. And half also stated they would cancel a date if they found out something they didn’t like.

Model: Sydney Barlette - Long distance relationships are getting spicier with new interactive sex toys that allow partners to stimulate each other remotely over the Net.

Model: Jennie Reid - Choose the right smartphone for optimum action. Statistically, iPhone users get laid more than Android or Blackberry owners.

Models: Irina Voronina and Sasckya Porto - Online romance has gone mainstream, according to a recent survey. Half of the people polled reported knowing somebody whose relationship began online, and 53 percent think online dating is perfectly normal.

Model: May Andersen - Some experts think we’ll soon have dating services that will test our DNA and match us with a mate based on our biological profiles.

Model: Mosh - Using our smartphones, tablets and laptops in bed at night might be decreasing how much sex we’re having.

Model: April Summers - Human-on-robot sex will be common by the middle of this century, according to the predictions of futurists.

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