In A Bid To Enter The Japanese Market, Kids’ Tablet Maker Fuhu Raises $5M From Telecom KDDI

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http://techcrunch.com – Japanese telecom KDDI just announced the first U.S. deal for its Open Innovation Fund — a $5 million investment in Fuhu. The Los Angeles-headquartered startup offers a number of products and services (when Fuhu raised its Series B from Acer, we described it as an “avatar startup”), but the one that attracted KDDI’s interest is the nabi 2, an Android tablet built specifically for kids. KDDI Chief Strategy Officer Kazuhiko Masuda told me that there’s a big opportunity in Japan to move kids’ content and educational content into the digital world, and his team decid (IT news)