In his second big print interview since becoming Google CEO, Larry Page talked to Forbes about his plans to integrate Motorola, gambling on Google Plus and his relationship with Apple.
When asked about the possibility of a Motorola Nexus device, Page said Google had not owned the company long enough to consider making one. Page explained Google's focus is to "get amazing products into users' hands in the most cost-effective, highest quality way possible".
"Part of the reason why we've done Nexus devices in the past is that we want to build an amazing device that kind of showcases what's possible on Android, gives a way for the programmers to get early builds, does a whole bunch of things that are important. Exactly what we do, which devices we do, what the timing is, how we release the software with them, all those things have been changing."
Page also talked about the future of advertising on mobile devices and his thoughts on Google Plus.