Thursday, April 26, 2012

Android not critical to Google? Really? | Mobile - CNET News

More patent poker posturing at the article link below

“During the Oracle v. Google trial, the value of theAndroid platform to the Internet giant has been a subject of inquiry. When Google CEO and co-founder Larry Page was asked last week by Oracle's attorney David Boies about the value of Android, he responded that Android is "important, but not critical."

On Wednesday, Google's head of the Android platform, Andy Rubin, was asked by Boies what purpose Android serves for Google, He responded that it "makes it easier to access Google services." “

Android not critical to Google? Really? | Mobile - CNET News

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