On day two of the Oracle v Google trial to determine the state of Android, we have a shocking admission. If you think about the motivation for the answer that Larry Ellison gave the court, things become even more worrying.
Then when asked the simple question:
"Is Java free?"
Ellison was slow to respond and when pressed by the judge simply replied
"I don't know."
In the past Oracle, and Ellison in particular, has been keen and quick to state that Java is free.
So what has changed?