Google Nexus One censors swear words

While Google might be at loggerheads with the Chinese due to censorship of search results amidst other philosophy wrangles, they’re certainly keeping up with their “Don’t be evil” motto. Why do we say so? The Google Nexus One was specially designed to censor swear words when voice recognition is turned on, where all detected profanities are converted to #### marks. Of course, this works only with the English language we suppose, but we’re not too sure whether users of the Android platform would be fond of this built-in feature. Guess it is just a matter of time before someone out there hacks this security blockade. We didn’t try it in our Nexus One review, but then again we’re nice people

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