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Though the shipping date for JooJoo, the underdog tablet, was recently pushed back to March 25, Fusion Garage isn't letting that time go to waste. They've overhauled the JooJoo's interface, expanded local video playback, and given its backplate a makeover.
In the ongoing sadness that is the legal battle between TechCrunch and Fusion Garage over the JooJoo tablet, Fusion Garage has moved to dismiss Michael Arrington's lawsuit entirely.
Fusion Garage - manufacturers of the JooJoo, the web tablet formerly known as the CrunchPad - have responded to Arrington's lawsuit against them. Not surprising, they are saying that his claims are entirely without merit.
The JooJoo, which used to be called the CrunchPad until its official unveiling this morning is a tablet. An internet tablet. But there are still a lot of things left uncertain. Here's what we do know.
Fusion Garage, the engineering side that booted TechCrunch off of their own Crunchpad project, is about to be unveiled in a live webcast. We're going to be liveblogging it at 9:30 AM PT (12:30 PM ET). That's basically now.
The CrunchPad would've been an easy-to-use Web tablet, but the strange saga of its 11th—hour demise will be anything but simple. Chandra Rathakrishnan—CEO of the partner that seemingly got greedy-is about to tell his side of the story.
Last we looked in on Michael Arrington's ballyhooed Crunchpad, the little guy wasn't doing so well. Wrong! Well, wrong according to Michael Arrington, anyway. Nevertheless there are assurances today that the tablet is on track and still very much alive.