Let’s summarise shall we:
First, I spotted a Trademark Application For Google “Datally”
Then, I spotted some issues with calling the Google Pixel, the, well Google Pixel
Then I revealed Part 1 of Google’s Top Secret Trademarks
Then the official Google Pixel Logo as filed in the last few hours with the EU Intellectual Property Office
Now, some 18 hours after we started this little adventure, the final post:
Google’s Top Secret Trademark Applications, Part 2
Google has filed the following trademark applications in inaccessible trademark databases around the world (which I have clearly accessed), take your pick for which (if any) of these may surface tomorrow.
- Google Curio – Filed 3 June 2016 (Nice Classes 9 & 42)
- Google Way – Filed 20 June 2016 (Nice Classes 9, 12, 38, 39, 42)
- Google Way Autonomy – Filed 20 June 2016 (Nice Classes 9, 12, 38, 39, 42)
- Google JamBoard – Filed 15 July 2016 (Nice Classes 9 & 42)
- Google DayDream View – Filed 26 July 2016 (Nice Class 9)
- Google OpChip – Filed 12 September 2016 (Nice Classes 9, 25 & 42)
That’s all the information I have on those trademarks, I’m afraid.
So that would seem to confirm that the VR Unit to be announced is 100% called the DayDream View (which has been widely speculated)
What ‘Google Way’ is, I have no idea, but there’s a view variations of it, and the fact there exists a ‘Way Autonomy’ suggests (to this Ninja) that its going to be something big
If I had to guess (and I don’t, but I’m going to anyway), I would say that OPChip (also registered as Optimised Chip and with an OP logo) is what powers the Daydream View.
As for Google JamBoard and Curio, your guess is as good as mine, which is ‘not very’
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