The "GG" in that name could point to ...
>>>The "GG" in that name could point to a reworked version of Google Glass, as first noted by the Droid Life blog.<<<
Or that it's Android for horses? Multi-hoof touch.
Google has been quietly beavering away at a new Bluetooth-enabled product with the not-exactly discreet ID tag of A4R-GG1. The "GG" in that name could point to a reworked version of Google Glass, as first noted by the Droid Life blog. Details of the mysterious device were revealed in FCC filings that were published on 1 July …
Spy wear is already in full view with things like Pro 4 ..... selfie sticks linked to the cloud, face recognition and geo tagging.......all sorted now.....way before glasshole is released to the masses.
Sorry, but it is more or less hear already, GG just joins the dots for us minions....the overlords already have what they want.
Looking through the documents filed with the FCC, the image on page "11 of 11" (after which comes "1 of 13") in SAR Appendix F makes it look more like a bluetooth headset than a new version of Google Glass. It's definitely a wearable device: the FCC application is full of SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) test data. SAR Appendix D is a document containing tables of material test data for variations of "Head Tissue Simulating Liquid" and "Body Tissue Simulating Liquid". Notably absent from the documents available online is Appendix A, "SAR Photos & Ant. Locations", so perhaps the FCC is trying to comply with Google's request to keep the key bits secret.
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