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But does it run Doom?
Funny thought from Wired; Processors are everywhere, from cars to toys, but what can handle real computing? Try this test: Does it run Doom? When any device gets smart enough, someone, somewhere ports the classic first-person shooter to it, simply because they can. We charted the evolution of silicon over a decade, as seen through the march of alien-splattering marines.

1993: original DOOM on PC
1994: Mac
1994: Linux
1995: Playstation
1997: Psion PDA; Id releases code to open source community
1998: Pocket PC
1999: Palm
2000: Web browser, Digital camera
2001: Game Boy Advance
2002: Nokia cell phone
2003: iPod?
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