Game of Thrones Ascent is now available on the iPhone. Previously available only online and on the iPad, Ascent puts you in the role of a noble in Westeros, the setting of George R.R. Martin’s books. You can work with or plans schemes against other players as you plot your way to the top.
Players take part in a number of story-based quests in a persistant game world set in the days before the beginning of Martin’s story. As a Westerosi noble, you will develop your territory, as well as your reputation, raising your status among other players as well as the Great Houses like Stark and Lannister. To achieve your aims, you will take part in the politics of Westeros, including diplomacy, marriages, and more. You can for in-game alliances with other players to increase your political power.
You can grab Game of Thrones Ascent for free from the App Store right now. Give it a try, then tell us what you think below in the comments.
Amazon believes its European distribution network is pretty damn solid, so to prove that, it’s added a new delivery tier for Prime members within Europe. From today, subscribers can enjoy free two-day deliveries on over a million products stored in…
Facebook has introduced Mentions, a new app that makes it easier for public figures on Facebook to connect with their followers and fans. Facebook Mentions lets these figures see what’s trending related to them, interact with their fans, and more.
As a public figure, Mentions tries to let you interact with your fans more easily than before. You can see what people are saying about you, and join in the conversation. You can post updates, photos, videos, and host a live Q&A. You can join popular conversations, and see posts from people you follow. You can also see notifications about yoru posts, including mentions from other public figures.
Facebook Mentions currently requires a verified Page from the United States. If you have such a page head on over to the App Store and give Mentions a try.
Forty-five years ago man first set foot on the moon, and to celebrate the anniversary of Apollo 11′s historic mission, GE (of all companies) is releasing a limited edition set of high-top sneakers inspired by the moon boots worn by the astronauts.
We all know it’s important to take our online security seriously, but hold on just a second before you stuff that next password full of just the right combination of symbols, numbers, upper and lowercase letters. Shitty passwords have their place.
Deep under Grand Central Terminal, beyond basements and subway lines and through 10 stories of bedrock lays a secret underground chamber that’s almost as big as Grand Central Terminal itself. What’s inside the room? A machine the Nazis wanted to destroy in World War II.
Today Zagg announced the release of an extra-tough iPad case that comes with a backlight Bluetooth keyboard. The Rugged Folio offers a fully reversible layout, so you can prop up the iPad Air or iPad mini for watching movies, lay it flat to use in a standard tablet configuration, or arrange it so that you can type on the Bluetooth keyboard like a laptop.
The Bluetooth keyboard boasts two years of battery life and a magnetic hinge, so your iPad stays secure. There’s plenty of rubber and polycarbonate padding on all sides, plus stainless steel on the bottom of the keyboard so you can get comfortable in just about any circumstance.
The iPad mini version is available now via AT&T and should followed up by the iPad Air model soon as well (though it costs $10 more). Anybody going on a camping trip that could use something like this? It sure looks like it could take a beating.
Despite suggestions that NFC payments were too slow, London’s Tube and bus networks appear ready once again for some contactless disruption. According to the Financial Times, both EE and Vodafone have engaged in talks with Transport for London (TfL)…
Mobile carrier NTT Docomo today announced a move in its strategy to grow its content business outside of its traditional base of Japan: it issued a tender offer to acquire Buongiorno, a mobile content company based in Italy, paying up to ?24 billion ($300 million) for the assets. Docomo notes in a statement that the […]
Here’s another entry into The Gadgeteer’s list of compact charging cables: the Quick Change Universal Dock Adapter from AViiQ.? This cable combines a microUSB, miniUSB, and an Apple 30-pin connector into one cable.? The flat ribbon cable is 5.5″ long and weighs only 1.5 oz, so you won’t even notice it’s in your bag.? One […]
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Buying a car will mean that you are most likely going to be spending a whole lot of money to purchase it. If you are going to be seeing of ways to save money on a car, then the easiest way will be to go ahead and purchase a used car instead of a new […]
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Japan?s environment and nuclear minister visited the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant on Saturday to inspect a spent fuel pool at the center of safety concerns and said it appeared to have been properly reinforced. The visit by Goshi Hosono, apparently aimed at demonstrating the safety of the […]