JooJoo Tablet Strikes Back: A Web App Store and Full Production Is…

After the iPad was announced for $499, (a few) people asked, "What about JooJoo?" the first $499 web tablet, formerly known as CrunchPad. Well, it's on. JooJoo's now in full production, and plans to open a web app store. » 2/03/10 7:07pm 2/03/10 7:07pm

Freescale's $199 Smartbook Tablet Design Means Tablets For Everyone…

Freescsale, supplier of the chip that powers the Kindle as well as about 70% of the ebook market, has just developed a 7-inch tablet reference design that will basically be the genesis of many tablets starting 2010. And it's $199. » 1/04/10 12:00am 1/04/10 12:00am

Why Google Should Make a Tablet

The Joojoo web tablet (AKA crunchpad) is a pretty neat idea! I kind of just wish Google was making it. I mean, if there's any company in the world suited to making one, it's Google. » 12/10/09 7:40am 12/10/09 7:40am

Fusion Garage JooJoo Tablet Hands-On

From the webcast yesterday, the JooJoo (previously named Crunchpad) seemed flimsy and barely working. But now that we spent a good deal of hands on time with it, we can say that Fusion Garage executed an internet tablet quite well. » 12/08/09 11:49am 12/08/09 11:49am

Everything We Know About the JooJoo (AKA Crunchpad) Tablet So Far

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. » 12/07/09 7:03pm 12/07/09 7:03pm

iRiver Plans Web Tablet, E-Book Reader, Android iPod Killer?

Put this one strictly in the rumor basket, but if the apparently loose-lipped product manager at iRiver's Australian distributor is to be believed, the Korean company has the iPod Touch, Amazon Kindle, and even Arrington's CrunchPad firmly in its sights. » 8/03/09 6:50am 8/03/09 6:50am

Fusion Garage: Crunchpad's Coming in November. Arrington: SHUT UP, YOU…

What happens when a professional leakster gets his business leaked? He gets extremely, adorably "ripshit" mad, apparently. Singapore's Straits Times reports Arringon's Crunchpad web tablet is coming in November, citing the device's hardware designers. Is it true, Mike? (UPDATED) » 7/31/09 8:16am 7/31/09 8:16am

All About the CrunchPad Web Tablet

His baby prematurely splayed over all the internet, Mike Arrington pulls back the rest of the curtain on the CrunchPad web tablet. It still sounds fantastic. » 4/10/09 6:00pm 4/10/09 6:00pm

Crunchpad: Photos of TechCrunch's Delicious Web Tablet

The web tablet TechCrunch is working on is apparently still alive, seeing as it just showed up in Michael Arrington's posterous. UPDATED » 4/09/09 7:57pm 4/09/09 7:57pm