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The iBuzzNSFW Those female readers who have tried the SMS-triggered Bluetooth vibrator and the Highjoy Internet Enabled Rabbit but still feel some way short of total satisfaction in the earth-shattering climax department might like to road test the latest gadget to jump on the tech-driven orgasm bandwagon - the iBuzz vibrating bullet:

The iBuzz, from makers Love Labs, is a revolutionary accessory for MP3 players, which gives a new meaning to the term 'stimulating music'. Clip the iBuzz onto your belt and slip the bullet into your pocket (or elsewhere) for proof of how a good bassline can produce euphoria in even the most out-of-touch music heads. Monday morning’s journey into work never seemed so appealing...

"Elsewhere", eh? Phwooooar! Pump up the volume and let the pant party begin.

And speaking of elsewhere, our previous gusset-moistening reports into technoticklers provoked a couple of mildly irate emails regarding our biased reporting which allegedly focused purely on female pleasure without properly taking into account other sexual orientations and/or needs.

Fair enough, we hereby take the opportunity to advise sex toy manufacturers that there is a lucrative opening in the Bluetooth-enabled, net-controlled butt plug market, although we hasten to add that the iBuzz does come complete with an attachment for the chaps which will enable Linux programmers to go "hands-free" while poring over a Carrie Anne Moss tribute site, Matrix Reloaded theme cranked up to ten on their iPods. ®

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