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  Located at 88 East Main Street, in lovely downtown Ramsey, New Jersey is an authorized Dealer for AT&T Wireless Services. They have been in the wireless business since 1999; but their cumulative wireless experience totals over 40 years. This type of experience can only benefit their customer base. Since day # 1, the owner and staff have tried to steer clear of the stereotypical wireless dealership mentality. It has been their goal to be more of a consultant; than a salesperson. They treat “word of mouth” or “referral” business as their driving force.

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We’re not really sure as to what the fox says, but if you ever fantasized about being a goat, consider this your lucky day, as Goat Simulator is now available for the iPhone and iPad.

A seminal game such as this requires no description, but if you really need to know what you’re getting with Goat Simulator, here it is:

  • You can be a goat
  • Get points for wrecking stuff – brag to your friends that you’re the alpha goat
  • MILLIONS OF BUGS! We’re only eliminating the crash-bugs, everything else is hilarious and we’re keeping it
  • In-game physics that spazz out all the time
  • Seriously look at that goat’s neck
  • You can be a goat

In-app purchases, you ask? Coffee Stain Studios hasn’t heard of them yet. The game costs $ 5, and for that price you get all the goat-smashing madness you can ask for (and then some). Seriously, there are some weird bugs in this game.

So what are you guys waiting for? Download the game from the link below, and watch your day get significantly better.









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A really big update to the hit casual game Clash of Clans introduces a new unit and increases the maximum upgradeable level on many others. The Lava Hound is a new type of flying tank that can take the hits while other units move in for the kill.

You’ll need dark elixir and a Dark Barracks to cook him up, and once air defense takes him down, he’ll explode into a bunch of tiny lava pupppies. Barbarians and Archers can be upgraded to level 7 now, Archer Towers to level 13, and Dark Barracks to level 6.

There are plenty more additions though. Here’s the full changelog for Clash of Clans 6.253.4.

Lava Hound

  • This brand new flying Dark troop loves to hunt Air Defenses

  • Tough and reliable, it takes tons of damage before erupting into many smaller units!

New Upgrades

  • Barbarian & Archer level 7, Archer Tower level 13 and Dark Barracks level 6

Balancing and interface improvements

  • Upgrade full rows of walls at once with the option to pay Elixir instead of Gold!

  • Hero heal times and Valkyrie training time are greatly reduced

  • Healers now stick to healing bigger groups of units

  • Replays show the attacking army, can be paused or will show time remaining if live

What do you think, clashers? Will Lava Hounds figure prominently into your attack strategy? Be sure to read up on our tips, tricks, and cheats for Clash of Clans if you’re just getting started with this insanely addictive game.









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A really big update to the hit casual game Clash of Clans introduces a new unit and increases the maximum upgradeable level on many others. The Lava Hound is a new type of flying tank that can take the hits while other units move in for the kill.

You’ll need dark elixir and a Dark Barracks to cook him up, and once air defense takes him down, he’ll explode into a bunch of tiny lava pupppies. Barbarians and Archers can be upgraded to level 7 now, Archer Towers to level 13, and Dark Barracks to level 6.

There are plenty more additions though. Here’s the full changelog for Clash of Clans 6.253.4.

Lava Hound

  • This brand new flying Dark troop loves to hunt Air Defenses

  • Tough and reliable, it takes tons of damage before erupting into many smaller units!

New Upgrades

  • Barbarian & Archer level 7, Archer Tower level 13 and Dark Barracks level 6

Balancing and interface improvements

  • Upgrade full rows of walls at once with the option to pay Elixir instead of Gold!

  • Hero heal times and Valkyrie training time are greatly reduced

  • Healers now stick to healing bigger groups of units

  • Replays show the attacking army, can be paused or will show time remaining if live

What do you think, clashers? Will Lava Hounds figure prominently into your attack strategy? Be sure to read up on our tips, tricks, and cheats for Clash of Clans if you’re just getting started with this insanely addictive game.









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With all the fuss about the recent iCloud hack, Apple CEO Tim Cook used his second interview with PBS host Charlie Rose to address issues around privacy. In addition to telling Rose and consumers how Apple is protecting your information, Cook also discussed Apple’s policies on employment diversity and its philosophy to instill change.

The Rose interview, which is the second part of a two-part mini-series, airs tonight on PBS.

Talking about privacy, Cook emphasizes that Apple is not in the business to collect information about its users.

The Mac, the iPhone, and the Apple Watch are the products that Apple makes and sells, not the collection of personal and private information, Mr. Cook says. “You’re not our product.”

And leading the charge for equality, Cook went on to talk about Apple’s workforce diversity, an issue that he has taken a stance on before.

“Everyone deserves respect,” Cook said.

Will you be watching Tim Cook on Charlie Rose tonight?









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We are starting to get a better look at how Apple’s HealthKit will work thanks to a couple of trials being run at two U.S. hospitals. The trials are meant to improve the accuracy and speed at which HealthKit records data.

Both Stanford University Hospital and Duke University are running these trials, each targeting different patient groups, according to Reuters:

Stanford University Hospital doctors said they are working with Apple to let physicians track blood sugar levels for children with diabetes. Duke University is developing a pilot to track blood pressure, weight and other measurements for patients with cancer or heart disease.

Medical device manufacturers are also talking to Apple, along with hospitals and the Food and Drug Administration, about HealthKit integration.

Are you glad to see that hospitals are beginning to work with HealthKit? Leave your thoughts in the comments.

Source: Reuters









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Best casual games for iPhone

Posted by BMetts On September - 14 - 2014
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Maybe you don’t really consider yourself a “gamer”, but have been sucked into city-building games like Clash of Clans. Are you ready to move onto your next casual iPhone gaming addiction? These App Store hits will give you a little something just for showing up, have shortcuts through in-app purchases, and will let you build something big and impressive over the long term that you can brag to your friends about.

Take a look below for our top ten casual games for iPhone, and be sure to hit up the comments for more suggestions.


Godus

Godus is a casual god sim game with classic mobile city-building mechanics. Players need to guide a fledgling population through the hoops of an evolving civilization, including new housing, developing relationships with one another, and all-out war with neighbours. The usual freemium tropes are present, such as limited faith points which are gathered from the dwellings of worshippers periodically and spent on most deific tasks, including basic terraforming. The pared-down, textureless art style allows vibrant animation with lots of personality shine through.

If you’re looking for something like Clash of Clans or Hay Day with a touch of visual class, Godus will serve you well.

Battle Nations

Battle Nations is a great mix of real-time strategy with lots of resource gathering and turn-based military combat. The goofy graphic style and hilarious dialog keep things fresh between firefights, and since resources are produced over the hours between sessions, you’ll be checking in on your camp often. Battle Nations hosts player-versus-player combat with select friends. You’ll probably want to sink a reasonable amount of time into the single player campaign first so you can level up and unlock the advanced structures and units to reduce your buddies to piles of virtual ash.

Battle Nations strikes an excellent mix with outstanding writing and a dash of strategic combat.

Clash of Clans

Clash of Clans is the grand-daddy of casual games. Players control a fantasy-style encampment where they mine gold and elixir, which are used to round up troops, research upgrades, and build new structures. Though there are plenty of single-player stages available, the real test is joining up with a clan and attempting to raid the camps of other players online. Even though you’re vulnerable too, don’t worry – none of your structures are actually destroyed in the raid, though you may lose a few trophies, along with your rank in the online leaderboards.

The rich competitive landscape and colorful charm of Clash of Clans have made it a classic that will be endure for years to come.

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff

Dive into your own personal Quahog in Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff. Players send well-loved characters like Peter Griffin and Quagmire on all sorts of over-the-top missions. Drop familiar landmarks, unlock new characters, and soak in the hilarious, signature humor of Family Guy. Over time you can unlock costumes for your favorite characters based on popular bits from the show, and props to decorate your town.

The Quest for Stuff is a no-brainer for anybody who’s a fan of Family Guy.

Galaxy on Fire: Alliances

Galaxy on Fire: Alliances brings casual gaming to the galactic scale. Players colonize planets as members of one of three races, and join other player groups to claim vast swathes of the cosmos. Resources must be plumbed from planets and transported to where fleets and troops can be trained, while research facilities produce new technologies that can turn the tide of battle in your favor. What’s most impressive here are the graphics; casual games aren’t exactly known for being amazing on this front, but you’ll find rich 3D graphics used throughout this one.

Galaxy on Fire: Alliances is an extremely polished take on large-scale, sci-fi empire-building.

Hay Day

Hay Day is colorful farm simulator which includes the whole process of raising livestock, harvesting fields, processing foodstuffs, and selling the final products. Players can provide for incoming orders, as well as offer their crops for sale at a stand at the end of the virtual road to the online community at large. Gems are acquired to help you get through tasks more quickly.

All in all, Hay Day is a charming little country sim that has it all.

The Simpsons: Tapped Out

The Simpsons Tapped Out puts players in charge of their very own incarnation of Springfield. As you drop new buildings, you get to take missions from beloved characters on the long-standing cartoon series. Throughout you’ll find plenty of tongue-in-cheek self-referential humor and enjoy seasonal events and regular expansions. Donuts are the premium currency, which can be used to buy exclusive buildings and speed up task progress.

The Simpsons Tapped Out brings a classic, unmistakable sense of humor to mobile.

The Sims FreePlay

The Sims FreePlay brings players a casual, fun sim game where they can build a home, relationships, and careers with highly-customizable avatars. Players have to tend to their Sim’s needs, such as hunger and fun, and in the process earn Lifestyle Points which can be spent on various items. You can also buy Lifestyle Points outright if you’re the impatient type. The possibilities are extensive, including starting new romantic relationships, having pets, and eventually having kids. You can build up your own little community of Sims, and visit those of your friends.

For those looking for a laid-back, constructive, and long-term game, the Sim FreePlay will have you covered.

Mountain

Mountain is less of a game as it is a meditative toy. Players are a mountain generated by gestures you input at the beginning of the game. At first you only have the trees and the weather to keep you company, but over time more objects start appearing. There’s a little keyboard there which generates haunting tunes and mysterious in-game effects.

Mountain is a fantastic, if abstract, game perfect for anyone less concerned with points and more interested in losing themselves in an experience.

Kim Kardashian: Hollywood

Kim Kardashian: Hollywood is an addictive game about making it big in showbusiness. This has a lot less to do with hard work and acting talent so much as pulling the right social strings and doing favours for the right people. Expand your wardrobe, land gigs, make friends, and work your way to stardom.

Give Kim Kardashian: Hollywood a try if you want to immerse yourself in a world of vanity and don’t mind losing a healthy chunk of your free time in the process.

Your favorite casual games for iPhone?

Those are our top picks for casual iPhone games, but the App Store is a big place. Which casual games have you found yourself sucked into? Somg out in the comments!









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Vector 57: By the time you hear this, with Nick Arnott

Posted by BMetts On September - 14 - 2014
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Vector is a news and analysis show focusing on the biggest stories, hottest trends, and most important issues in technology, past, present, and future. On this week’s show, Follow up on iCloud and security, hacking accounts, increasing your personal security, stolen nudity vs. gender-based censorship, mobile payments and trust issues, and Markdown, creative works, and the concept of ownership. With Georgia Dow, Dave Wiksus, Rene Ritchie, and guest Nick Arnott. (Recorded before the Apple Event.)


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How to setup an iPhone or iPad as new

Posted by BMetts On September - 13 - 2014
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Once you’ve got a new iPhone or iPad, the first thing you’re going to want to do is set it up. If you’ve never had an iPhone or iPad before, you’ll want to set it up as new. This is also the process you’ll want to use if you’re clearing off an iPhone or iPad in order to sell it or hand it down to someone else, or if you just want a fresh start. So if you aren’t sure where to begin, follow along and we’ll walk you through step by step!


How to setup an iPhone or iPad as brand new

If you’re trying to clear off a device you’ve already been using in order to sell it or hand it down to a friend or family member, you’ll want to clear all the data off of it first. In order to do that, you can follow our guide. Once you’ve done that, come back here to finish setting up your iPhone or iPad as new.

When you turn on your new iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, you’ll be greeted with a Lock screen that simply says “Hello” in many different languages. This is where we start the setup process. If you don’t have an iCloud backup and need to start fresh, you’ll want to follow this set of directions. If you’re wanting to restore from iCloud, skip to the next section instead!

  1. After your iPhone or iPad powers on, you’ll see a welcome screen. Slide your finger across the bottom where it says slide to set up.
  2. Now choose your language from the choices presented to you.
  3. Select the country or region you are in.
  4. Now choose your wifi network and enter the password for it if there is one. If you don’t have access to WiFi or no networks are found, you can choose Use Cellular instead or wait until you’re within range of an accessible wifi network. Your iPhone should activate. If it doesn’t and you receive an error, be sure you have a valid SIM card installed.
  5. On the Location Services screen, choose whether you’d like to have location services on by default. Make sure you read the description of what location services are before deciding whether or not you’d like to enable or disable them. Keep in mind that certain apps like Maps need location services to operate properly.
  6. On the next screen, tap on Set up as New iPhone.
  7. Now choose to either sign in with an existing Apple ID or create a new, free one. If you don’t want to do either right now or you don’t have an Apple ID yet, you can tap on Skip This Step. You can always go back and create one or sign in from the Settings app at any time.
  8. Log in to your Apple ID on the next screen — if you didn’t choose to skip that step. If you use two separate IDs for iCloud and iTunes, you can choose that option as well under the login by tapping on Use different Apple IDs for iCloud and iTunes.
  9. Agree to Apple’s Terms and Conditions on the next screen. The following screen will ask you to confirm that you agree one more time.
  10. On the next screen, choose whether or not you want to use iCloud to access data on other iOS devices and to store your photos, contacts, and calendars.
  11. Now choose whether or not you’d like to enable Find My iPhone. We highly suggest that you do.
  12. The next screen lets you choose what phone numbers and emails associated with your Apple ID that you’d like to use on your new iPhone on conjunction with iMessage. Simply tap on them to enable or disable them. You can always change these choices later in the Settings app.
  13. Agree to another set of Terms and Conditions. Oddly enough, sometimes I see this set of conditions and sometimes I don’t. So if you don’t, just move on and don’t worry about it.
  14. Choose whether or not you want to set up Touch ID now or later — you’ll only see this step if you have a Touch ID capable device.
  15. Next you can Create a Passcode for your iPhone if you’d like. If not, just tap on Don’t Add Passcode above the keypad. If you set up Touch ID, a passcode is mandatory.
  16. Now choose whether or not you’d like to activate Siri. We recommend enabling Siri unless you really have a reason not to.
  17. Lastly, choose whether or not you’d like your iPhone to send diagnostic information to Apple. Read the description before making your choice.
  18. On the Welcome to iPhone screen, just tap on Get Started and your iPhone Home screen will be displayed for the first time.









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Google will launch the official, non-beta, 64-bit version of its Chrome web browser for OS X in November, a few months after an early build of the browser was made available on its Canary and Dev channels.

In a blog post, Google stated:

Unlike on Windows, where Chrome is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit, on Mac, Chrome will only be available in 64-bit with version 39 and after. As a result, 32-bit NPAPI plugins will not work on Chrome on Mac version 39 onwards.”

In theory, running the 64-bit build of Chrome on OS X should offer better performance for users compared to the 32-bit version. Almost all Mac PCs are able to run the 64-bit version of Chrome, so dumping the 32-bit build shouldn’t be a huge issue. If you are an OS X user, are you planning to use the new version of Chrome when it comes out?

Source: Google









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iPhone 6 preorders set new overnight record for Apple

Posted by BMetts On September - 12 - 2014
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Apple, typically tight-lipped about such things, says that pre-orders for the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus set a new overnight record for the company. The newest iPhones went live for pre-order at midnight Pacific time last night, and while there was plenty of glitching along the way, that didn’t stop many from getting in their order. Apple isn’t alone in the new bigger iPhones being an overnight pre-order hit — AT&T’s said that pre-order demand for the phones was greater than the last two phone launches.

In a statement to Re/code, Apple said:

“Response to iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus has been incredible with a record number of preorders overnight.”

Of course, that’s a vague block of time, “overnight”, but a record number is still a record number. To put things into perspective, Apple didn’t offer pre-orders for the iPhone 5s, but did for the iPhone 5 — and pre-sold more than 2 million in the first day.

Pent up demand for a larger screen iPhone seems to be getting released here for sure. So who pre-ordered, and what did you get?

Source: Re/code









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