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Engadget gets one of the “limited edition” JooJoo tablets in time for April Fools

It’s on in how you look at things. Don’t think of the JooJoo as a failed product that only received 90 pre-orders (fifteen of which were canceled). Think of the JooJoo as being a “limited edition” tablet that only 75 people have right now. Yeah, sexy. Well Engadget is one of those lucky few who’s [...]

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TechCrunch files lawsuit over CrunchPad against Fusion Garage. Two important words lacking: “signed contract”

TechCrunch files lawsuit over CrunchPad against Fusion Garage. Two important words lacking: “signed contract”

The internet’s most popular soap opera continues as a new episode — The CrunchPad Wars: Return of the Arrington — launched today. TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington released a blog post this morning about the lawsuit they’ve officially filed against Fusion Garage and the JooJoo. Arrington identifies many points of involvement between the two businesses and [...]

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CrunchPad Wars: the JooJoo Strikes Back

CrunchPad Wars: the JooJoo Strikes Back

In what is quickly becoming a technological online soap opera, Fusion Garage CEO Chandra Rathakrishnan just finished an online vidcast where he responded to Michael Arrington’s “Death of the CrunchPad” post and showed off the tablet-formerly-known-as-CrunchPad — the JooJoo. To start, Chandra quickly refuted claims made by Arrington that TechCrunch had any legal claim to [...]

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The Death of the CrunchPad

The Death of the CrunchPad

Just minutes ago Michael Arrington proclaimed that the CrunchPad is officially dead. However the project formerly known as the CrunchPad is still going and will likely yield in the release of a CrunchPad device in the next few months. In essence, the CrunchPad still exists, just TechCrunch and Michael Arrington were fired from being a [...]

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It’s alive, it’s Alive, IT’S ALIVE! The CrunchPad gets some new details

It’s become a throw-away joke on Twitter. “Hey @Arrington, where’s the CrunchPad?” Recent speculation holds that the device was officially kaput. Then again, it was also voted one of the “ten most brilliant products of 2009″ by Popular Mechanics. Rumors buzz around the CrunchPad like so many bees, but thanks to the keen listening of [...]

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CrunchPad makes Popular Mechanics “10 Most Brilliant Products of 2009″

CrunchPad makes Popular Mechanics “10 Most Brilliant Products of 2009″

As reported by CrunchPadFans, the soon at-some-point-in-the-distant-future to be released TechCrunch CrunchPad tablet was named one of the “10 Most Brilliant Products of 2009″ by Popular Mechanics magazine. They would seem to know something we don’t if they’re counting on the CrunchPad to come out, or officially be announced, by the end of the year. [...]

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Could the official CrunchPad announcement happen tonight?

Could the official CrunchPad announcement happen tonight?

The day after we posted our big tech mystery – the curious case of TechCrunch’s missing CrunchPad tablet – it may be coming to a conclusion. UPDATE: The announcement has come and it’s not the CrunchPad, but the Microsoft Courier that has been announced. There are some interesting Twitterings regarding the CrunchPad currently going on. [...]

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The curious case of TechCrunch’s missing CrunchPad tablet

The curious case of TechCrunch’s missing CrunchPad tablet

By Rob Elod – Best Tablet Review contributor There’s a tech mystery afoot! Where has the much rumored, much talked about, much anticipated, much aggrandized CrunchPad wandered off to? It’s a case that tech heads on the internet are clamoring to resolve. It’s shaping up to be the largest cliffhanger since the ending of Angel. [...]

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