On June 5, 2013, the US Patent & Trademark Office published Google's latest registered trademark for "Solve for X" under registration number 4,346,249. Solve for X is a think tank project launched by Google to incite collaboration to solve global issues, with "X" representing a remedy. The Solve for X project kicked off on February 1, 2012 at a three-day convention at CordeValle Resort in San Martin, California.
Google's Registered Trademark Certificate for "Solve for X
The US Patent Office officially granted Google their Registered Trademark Certificate yesterday June 04, 2013 and published it earlier today. The trademark is registered under the following three International Classes:
International Class 041: Organization of conferences, symposia, and forums in the field of the use of technology to solve international problems.
International Class 042: Providing a website featuring information regarding the use of technology to solve international problems.
International Class 038: Providing an on-line forum for the discussion and use of technology to solve international problems.
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