Google Glass hackers can see what you see, hear what you hear
Thanks to a glaringly obvious security flaw in the futuristic Google Glass wearable computer, a hacker could within minutes take control of the device -- seeing what you look at, hearing what you hear, experiencing life through your senses.
“If the camera is on your head and the microphone is on your head, I’m seeing through your eyes, I’m hearing through your ears. The only thing I can’t get access to are smells in the room and your thoughts,” Jay “saurik” Freeman told FoxNews.com.
Google Glass is the Internet giant’s vision of an always-on, digitally connected future, disguised as a pair of glassless eyeglasses. It’s a lopsided hunk of plastic, silicon and titanium with a video camera and microphone that rides in the glass frame over the user’s eyebrow.