If you haven't yet heard of Google Glass, welcome to the world of tomorrow, because you are clearly a time traveller from a more primitive time. To catch you up to speed, it's an attempt to bring Augmented Reality technology to the masses, as demonstrated in this series of moving pictures with audio. (Also, dude, indoor plumbing. It's awesome, you've got to try it.) If you're looking forward to this great breakthrough, but also want to tech tinker all on you're own, well, you're in luck. Google Glass has already been jailbroken. Kit Guru Evidently, Glass' security is as fragile as the name would suggest. This has some interesting applications. For instance, normally, the device makes it obvious when you're taking pictures or recording video. With the jailbrake, however, this can be disabled, allowing users to stealthily snoop and snap shots. Also, while the default recording time for video is only 10 seconds, this can now be extended indefinitely. Considering the device isn't due to be out until the end of the year (at the earliest)... yeah, this is pretty early. Then again, Google has already released the source code, and have been quoted as saying the device is "open" to hackers, so they're probably not too concerned. Personally, I can't wait to see what people can do with this thing, and it's nice to see Google being so open and transparent about its device. Huh. I guess Glass-nost is alive and well in the 21st century after all.