Michael Arrington, founder of the influential tech blog TechCrunch, has been talking for a year about building a touch-screen tablet for web surfing. Now, it appears the device -- which he calls the CrunchPad -- is about to become a reality, reports the New York Times. The purpose of the CrunchPad will be very simple: surfing the web. Turn it on and up comes a browser. It is nothing more than "an internet consumption device" for reading, checking eMail, or watching video, Arrington said. It will not have a hard drive or keyboard, though users can plug it into a...

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