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The guys at JooJoo—you know, the tablet that was once made with TechCrunch but then had a falling out—want you to know two things: They're still alive, and there's a new JooJoo coming next year.
I've got to admit that I find this funny, sad and admirable at the same time. Fusion Garage sent this email to their only 64 JooJoo buyers - out of 90 pre-orders - exposing all their addresses.
When Jason first played with JooJoo's tablet, he caught a fleeting glimpse of a 1.6GHz Intel Atom in the device's BIOS. Via the FCC, now we know for sure: It's based on the Atom processor, and as predicted, Nvidia's Ion.
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.
If you've preordered a JooJoo and wonder where it's been, Fusion Garage has just revealed that shipments will be delayed until March 25th.
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.
Everybody's talking about tablets, especially those single-pane capacitive touchscreen ones more specifically known as "slates". The iPad is the biggest news maker, but there are lots headed our way (most with built-in webcams). Here's how they measure up, spec-wise.
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.