CNET – Did you hear that? Your phone could be hacked with sound waves. Researchers at the University of Michigan released a paper Tuesday (PDF) explaining how audio tones can send false readings to devices through the devices’ accelerometers. Accelerometers are those sensors in phones, fitness trackers, and tons of other tech toys that tell our devices where they are in space. Any device with an accelerometer could potentially be vulnerable to this kind of hacking attack  – read more 

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