Google’s ‘Starbucks Job’ application is ‘fake’

The Google application for a Starbucks job application is fake, according to a former employee, who said the application is an attempt to lure people to Google.

The former employee said that the application was created by an employee with the Google product group, and was part of a broader effort to get the company to hire people for the job.

The person with knowledge of the Google application said it was designed to lure potential employees.

The company has not yet responded to requests for comment.

The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment from CNNMoney.

The employee, whose name was not being released because of a nondisclosure agreement, said he worked on the Google Glass-related product group in 2013 and 2014.

The Google Glass application was a first step toward the company’s Glassware, which was designed for augmented reality, the former employee told CNNMoney on Tuesday.

The Glassware application is meant to “provide the tools that people need to start working with Glass,” the former person said.

Glass was created as a wearable device that lets users capture and record augmented reality.

The Glass software is also used to control virtual cameras, which Google is developing.

Google Glass has a limited range of uses.

Some apps let users take photos, record videos and send messages.

It can also be used to make videos and videos can be recorded in real-time.