I've searched high and low but cannot find any clear explanation from anywhere on the internet regarding this situation. Google's pages go around in circles without ever leading to a full explanation. The situation:
My question: As just described, does Google permit us to sell licenses of our web application without incurring royalties to Google?
Everything about Google says "yes, yes, use our stuff. It's there for you.". Most of Google's web pages have a footer area stating that the page content is under the "Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License" and/or the "Apache 2.0 License". But in that context, they are talking about that given page's content . . . not about reuse or inclusion of their software within another 3rd part application.
We're not a big company with its on IP legal staff. Can anyone help?