Steve Jobs took the stage at All Things Digital's D8 conference yesterday evening to talk about the iPad, Adobe Flash, Gizmodo's purchase of an iPhone prototype, and, in an attempt to deflect a question, his sex life.
Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher questioned Jobs about Apple's relationship with Google, which, as the company expands and develops devices that are direct rivals to the iPhone and iPad, has increasingly become an Apple competitor.
According to Engadget, which recorded the exchange on its live blog, Mossberg asked Jobs about his stance on Google: "How's your relationship?" he probed, then later asked "So do you feel betrayed?"
Swisher pressed the issue with a follow up question on how Apple feels about Google--"Do you look at Google as a competitor, and how do you feel about them?" she asked.
Jobs answered, "Well they decided to compete with us. We didn't go into the search business!"
See the exchange in the video below. Read more about what Jobs had to say at D8 here.