The idea of comparing the pace of development of computers to cars has been around a while. Snopes traces the idea all the way back to some early-internet joke in 1997, even. Fundamentally, it’s sort of an absurd comparison—the two technologies are so different, they’re really not comparable. I did it anyway.
Here's an awesome resource that can get you up to speed with the latest and greatest anime running in spring 2015.
Over one hundred characters in The Simpsons are voiced by twelve very talented people—and here's a breakdown of who does what. Click on the top left magnifying glass to enlarge.
Powerful Pokémon and cool Pokémon are important to have in any arsenal—but they're not the only kinds of Pokémon you'll use. Everyone needs Pokémon that are useful, to help you capture and train other Pokémon.
Update 8/15: The graph shows the most popular torrents per state, relative to the national average—which is not the same as "most popular," as TorrentFreak explains here.
More than any other superhero, Batman is known for his car. In fact, he's one of the few major superheroes to even have a car worth a damn, anyway. I think I once saw Superman parking a Geo Prizm. That's why the Batmobile is so important, and why there've been so many of the things.
More and more, jobs everywhere are becoming automated—and it's only going to get worse as technology becomes more capable and advanced. What are the chances your job could be taken by a robot, machine or AI, though?
It took 27 years and a lot of plot twists for the main character of the Metal Gear series—whether it's Big Boss or Solid Snake—to become something more than just a bunch of pixels or polygons.
Lara Croft's latest visual evolution in Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, while noteworthy, is actually one of many facelifts and tweaks the iconic character has seen since 1996.
The X-Men have been around for a long while now—long enough that there have been dozens and dozens of mutants included in Marvel's beloved franchise.
Sure, you could look at your in-game Pokedex to figure out what's located where...but not only do you have to encounter a Pokemon first to access them there, that method isn't as useful as having all the information in one picture.
Did you know that 33 percent of PlayStation gamers don't eat while playing, and that seven percent won't date non-gamers? Learn more fun facts and explore the history of the PlayStation brand in a pair new infographics direct from Sony.