Bad JooJoo: The Other Side of the Crunchpad Saga Speaks and It Gets Weirder


Well,  the Internet Tablet formerly known as the Crunchpad is now heading to market powered only by Fusion Garage, the company that Michael Arrington’s TechCrunch was partnering with. In a press conference today, Fusion Garage CEO Chandra Rathakrishnan tried to make clear his vision of why the split happened and also pump up the noise […]

Tablet 2.0: An Open Market for Education


The upcoming tablet devices from Steve Jobs and Michael Arrington’s crews have the potential to greatly impact how people interact with digital media and the Internet.  Aside from being easy-to-use Internet companions and multimedia centers, these two devices could reshape the way teachers teach and students learn.  Much different than what we traditionally think of […]

CrunchPad Aiming for November Release


Looks like Fusion Garage wants to get some press out about the CrunchPad. This article in the Straits Times doesn’t really yield any info on specs that we haven’t already heard,except that there will be no on board storage,   but the article does say the Fusion Garage folks are on track for a November […]

TechCrunch’s CrunchPad Tablet Makes a Showing – Pretty Sexy!


TechCrunch‘s Michael Arrington just posted up some pictures on Posterous and Facebook of his much talked about CrunchPad tablet. I’m sure they will be posting up some details on TechCrunch soon, but until then, all we have are these pictures. Notice the orange one in the background behind the white one. Pretty sexy, huh? Update: […]