Toys 'R' Us Fends off Infringement Suit Over Kids' Tablet Computer
Ripples of the smartphone IP wars reached the pre-kindergarten set last month, when the tech company Fuhu Inc. sued Toys 'R' Us for allegedly stealing its plans for a toddler-friendly Android tablet computer. But the litigation is anything but child's play for the two companies, which spent the last month battling over Fuhu's bid to block Toys 'R' Us from selling its Tabeo brand devices.
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