Is Google trademarking Google PC?

Joshua Topolsky
J. Topolsky|10.08.07

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Is Google trademarking Google PC?

For all you conspiracy buffs out there, you can now add a new chapter to your massive clip-book of JFK magic-bullet theories, alien abduction reports, and shape-shifting reptilian overlord photos. According to Trademork, a gentleman named David Liu -- who is apparently legal counsel for Google, Inc. -- has filed to protect the trademark "Google PC." The plot thickens when you learn that the address listed in the filing is 6363 Wilshire Blvd., which incidentally happens to be a five-story building in California with the word "Google" visible in the bottom floor window (which looks like a watermark to us, but you know how sneaky the Illuminati can be, denials notwithstanding). Collect the clues and crack the code... if you dare.
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