News by Todd Haselton on Tuesday January 19, 2010.
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Today Google said it is delaying the sales of Android phones made by Motorola and Samsung in China, according to Dow Jones Newswires.
Details are still foggy on how Google is postponing the sales of devices, but this is the latest in Google's move to stop censoring in China. The phones were set to be sold through China Unicom beginning on January 20th.
Google told Dow Jones Newswire that it would be "irresponsible" to sell Android devices, which feature a gamut of Google features, including maps and search.
We're still waiting on comments from Motorola and Samsung.
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