Google CEO says Android not critical to Google

Thanks to a lawsuit between Google and Oracle we get this tidbit of news from Google. Google's CEO Larry Page has come out and said that Android is very important to Google, but its not critical to their business. TechieApps has more on this.

Google CEO said in courtroom testimony that the Android operating system for smartphones is a valuable asset for Google, but it is not critical,

Google CEO Larry Page took the stand for a second day on Wednesday in a high-stakes legal conflict with Oracle Corp over Android smartphone OS technology.

Oracle sued Google in August 2010 over Google’s Android smartphone operating system violates on its intellectual property rights to the Java programming language. Google says it does not infringe Oracle’s patents and that Oracle cannot copyright some parts of Java, an “open-source” software language.