Google CEO Page Says He Can’t Recall Email on Oracle’s Java

Google Inc. Chief Executive Larry Page said he didn’t remember an internal email Oracle Corp. presented Wednesday as evidence the Internet search company knew it needed to pay up for Oracle technology used in its mobile phone software.

The testimony came on the third day of the companies’ intellectual property trial in San Francisco. Oracle has accused Google’s Android mobile software of infringing the patents and copyrights protecting Oracle’s Java technology. Software company Oracle is seeking some $1 billion in damages. The trial is expected to last about two months.

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