On April 23, 2013, the US Patent & Trademark Office published two of Google's latest trademark filings for "MyGlass." Google launched the companion Android app for Google Glass called MyGlass on their Google play website last week. The trademark filing covers their new black and white logo associated with MyGlass. Google's Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt surprised many yesterday with the admission that Google Glass will not be shipping this year as widely anticipated. Schmidt stated the developers would have access to Google Glass for testing and writing apps but that the consumer product won't debut until sometime next summer.
Google Files Trademark for "MyGlass" Logo
The second trademark filing in-part shown below adds more to the description of the new MyGlass logo.
International Class Details for MyGlass
Google seeks to protect their logo under two distinct International Classes as noted below:
International Class 009: computer software for mobile devices, namely, for setting up, configuring, and controlling wearable computer hardware. International Class 042: non-downloadable computer software for setting up, configuring, and controlling wearable computer hardware
Google's MyGlass Logo Design
Google Supplies Two Trademark Specimens
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