Motorola De-Googling Android Phones for China
Jan 25, 2010, 2:49 PM by Rich Brome
In apparent reaction to Google's threatened pull-out from China, Motorola has announced plans to replace Google services on its Android phones for China. Search will be provided by Google rival Baidu, and Motorola is developing its own app store for Android applications. Google's threat to pull out from China caused alarm for Motorola investors, since China is a vital market for Motorola handsets, and the company has based its new smartphone lineup on Google's Android software. The move highlights the flexibility and openness of the Android platform.
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