Motorola and Lenovo signaled they remain committed to their Chinese market plans with Android-powered devices despite the absence of Google, which is embroiled in a spat with authorities over Internet censorship. Motorola introduced an Android application market of its own -- which it will license to other phone makers -- as well as a deal with Chinese search leader Baidu. Lenovo said it still planned to launch its LePhone with China Unicom in May.

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