Dynamite Debuts In The Desert: Nokia Reveals New Phablets, RT Tablet

Windows RT Is Back

The first round of Windows RT was a fast flop, causing devices loaded with the ARM-based operating system to drop like flies and eventually ended up in Microsoft taking a $900 million charge against the failed Surface RT tablets. Although most vendors lost faith in RT after Microsoft's first release of the operating system, Microsoft pressed on with an update, and Nokia had enough faith in the improvements to load Windows RT 8.1 on its only tablet. On Monday, a small percentage of Surface RT users reported a glitch in the Windows 8.1 update, though the problem has yet to affect other devices updated with Windows 8.1.

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