Is Roomba recording what we are saying too???


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Researchers at the University of Maryland were able to hack a Roomba to record sound waves -- even though the gadget doesn’t even have a microphone.

Some Roombas store information in the cloud. This means that the researchers could program the thing to store private conversations in the cloud, totally tearing down the walls of privacy -- and turning your robot vacuum cleaner into a spy bot.

(Metro)