The New York Times is reporting that Google is developing “Glass” a new way of accessing and viewing the world.
Glass, which Google launched this month, allows users to project a virtual screen that will display content from a variety of sources.
However, it also has the capability of recording the information that Google has collected from the phone, according to the report.
The paper claims that Google will be able to use Glass to monitor all sorts of data that it collects and use that data to “exploit the vast amounts of data stored on smartphones, tablets and other devices.”
Glass also has a built-in microphone and a camera that can be used to record video, photos, and other data.
While Glass has been around for a few months, the report claims that the technology is now “being tested and deployed” by Google employees.
The technology is said to be “being used to monitor and gather data about mobile phone users.”
Google has yet to officially confirm or deny the report, but it does appear to have some kind of relationship with the company.
Google also owns the “Project Ara” smartphone and smartwatch, which was announced in 2013.