Last week we told you that Michael Arrington had announced that the CrunchPad was no more, due to the fact that the company who was producing the CrunchPad for Tech Crunch turned around to them and said that they would be continuing the development of the tablet without Michael Arrington and his team.
Now Fusion Garage CEO Chandra Rathakrishnan has announced that he will be demonstrating the tablet at a special event in San Francisco on Monday.
Chandra has also said that he will tell his side of the story on the dispute with Tech Crunch, it will be interesting to see what he has to say, and how he will explain why Tech Crunch have been cut out of the deal.
It seems that both Tech Crunch and Fusion Garage own parts of the CrunchPad’s intellectual property, so no doubt there will be a few lawsuits in the future before this matter gets settled.
via GizmodoFiled Under: Gadgets News, Technology News