A few of you were pretty pissed off to learn that your foul vocabulary isn't welcome on the Nexus One, and that the smartphone's built-in voice recognition automatically filters curse words. We imagine Google will eventually release an update giving you the option to disable the filter, but until then, you're #### out of luck. Kind of.
While there's currently no way to turn the filter off, there is a workaround and it comes courtesy of Neil Gaiman, who posted his method on Twitter.
"For the curious: swear into a Google & it transcribes it as ####. But if you swear and then say "dot come" it will write what you said," Neil tweeted.
Elegant? #### no, but according to Gizmodo, it works, so it will have to do until the next update.