Remote sex technology, like the Mojowijo, which consists of gender-specific remote controlled sex toys, will soon be widely accessible.
Other "sex tech" items that simulate the sensation of human genitalia as well as clothing and bed linens made from materials that are designed to product sexual sensations are on the horizon.
However, contrary to popular belief, Snapchats don't actually disappear, they're just hidden, which means they are accessible by court subpoena should you ever find yourself in divorce court.
Craftier cheaters are opting for apps like Snapchat and Cyber Dust, which cause messages to be automatically deleted just seconds after being sent.
In 17 states, fault options have been abolished entirely and adultery will not be considered in any aspect of divorce.
In the 32 states where adultery is still a grounds for divorce, states have, either through statute or case law, expressly defined adultery as a specific sexual acts, in other states it remains technically undefined.
However, regardless of how your state defines adultery, at this point, some sort of physical act, particularly some type of touching of the genitals of at least one participant, is required for an activity to amount to adultery.
As far back as the 60s, when phones had stretchy cords and rotary dials, court began ruling that phone sex didn't count as adultery.