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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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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run is a new endless runner by Nickelodeon that lets you play as your favorite turtle characters. You’ll have to defeat enemies on rooftops and in the streets in order to make it as far as you can before your energy meter runs out. Along the way you can play mini games, search for pizza, and collect Mutagen, the game’s form of premium currency. These are the tips, hints, and cheats we think you need to know to achieve your furthest run ever without having to spend tons of real world cash!


1. Make sure you’re collecting green orbs whenever possible

If you run out of energy, game over. As you run you’ll have to collect green orbs in order to build back up your energy while you’re running. If you have a choice between fighting an enemy or jumping over them to collect orbs, always go for the orbs.

2. Save your Mutagen for defeating enemies

Mutagen is Rooftop Run’s premium form of currency and is rather hard to come by. If you run out of energy due to getting hit or from lack of orbs, you’ll have to cough up Mutagen to continue on or you’ll have to start over. Each time you decide to continue on, the amount of Mutagen you have to cash in gets higher and higher. This is why it’s smart to use it wisely and typically save it for when you’re battling an enemy.

3. If you’re going to buy anything, buy Mutagen

If you decide you want to spend some real money in order to give yourself an edge, coins are easy to collect in-game so pass on them. Instead, buy yourself some Mutagen so you can continue on during runs when and if you need to.

4. Fill your energy meter to activate Turtle Time

If you completely fill your energy bar by collecting enough green orbs, you’ll activate Turtle Time which is a sort of bonus game. In the mini game, you’ll have the opportunity to rack up tons of coins quickly, so be sure your always aiming to fill that meter.

5. Buy Turtle Power Magnets and other boosts to give yourself an edge

The store offers lots of items for sale. One of my favorite boosts is the Turtle Power Magnet which attracts all green orbs near you so you don’t have to go after them. If you find yourself having a hard time making it past rooftop enemies, the laser bot will most likely be your best bet. Regardless what you choose, boosts aren’t terribly expensive, you can trigger them whenever you’d like, and you’re free to stock up on as many as you’d like.

6. Focus on leveling up a single turtle instead of unlocking them all

Instead of unlocking all 4 turtles, a better strategy, at least in the beginning, is to concentrate on leveling up one. This way all your coins are going to giving you the maximum amount of armor and energy as fast as possible. So pick your favorite in the beginning and stick with them for a while.

7. Increase energy and armor capacity before anything else

Increasing energy and armor means you can take more hits and go longer without having your energy meter fall. For most folks this will mean that you’ll have a better chance at getting farther without having to use Mutagen. You’ll be thankful you have the extra armor and energy when battling enemies.

8. Don’t forget to visit the garage to upgrade the Shellraiser

You’ll need to protect and upgrade your vehicle just like you upgrade your character. Increasing armor should be at the top of your todo list followed by adding better launchers. Just choose wisely when it comes to spending money on the Shellraiser and on your character.

Your Rooftop Run tips, hints, and cheats?

If you’ve been playing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run, what tips, hints, and cheats have you found to be helpful? Be sure to let us know in the comments, along with the length of your best run yet!









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Deal of the Day: Qmadix S Series Bumper Case for iPhone 5C

Posted by BMetts On July - 27 - 2014
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Today Only: Buy the Qmadix S Series Bumper Case for iPhone 5C and save 40%

Where this bumper case shines is around the edges of your iPhone 5C. It combines a hard, polycarbonate frame with a translucent TPU inner material that helps absorb shock. You’re getting the best of both worlds in a simple, yet protective case. Each bumper even features two tones of color from front to back!









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Whether you’re looking for a no-nonsense text input system or are looking for something to do transformations to big chunks of text-based data, a text editor fits the bill like nothing else. Bare Bones Software makes a terrific one called TextWrangler that ought to be a part of every discriminating Mac user’s app arsenal. What’s more, it’s absolutely free.

Text editors serve important roles that word processors do not. While Pages, Microsoft Word and others may make your text look pretty and give you powerful layout tools besides, text editors specialize in actually doing things with text.

You can certainly create and edit readable documents with text editors, but that only scratches the surface. Text editors are indispensable tools for programmers who need to write source code and want to be able to highlight the code syntax to easily see what they’re doing. System administrators depend on them to manage and edit system logs and configuration files and scripts. Anyone can use them to find and replace text, add editing and formatting, filter.

To that end, TextWrangler is chock full of useful features. It can read any file that contains plain text. It sports pattern-based search and replace — so you can look for a specific word, phrase or block of text, or you can use tokens and modifiers to find near matches to what you’re looking for.

TextWrangler’s search functionality is based on Perl Compatible Regular Expressions (PCRE), a common library for search functionality. So if you’re familiar with the Unix grep function, you can create really complex search and replace patterns that can save you hours.

Beyond editing and manipulating strings of text, TextWrangler can manipulate entire files. You can merge the contents of a file into another one, for example. TextWrangler’s support of system-level versioning makes it easy for you to track what you’re doing, and it can auto-save files. It’ll even save what you’re doing if you quit the app or need to restart your Mac.

TextWrangler is built on the same underpinnings as Bare Bones’ flagship software app, BBEdit. BBEdit costs money, though — it’s available for $ 50 from the Mac App Store. The price tag gets you a whole ton of features you don’t get with TextWrangler, especially if you’re working with web documents — BBEdit has a complete set of HTML markup and editing tools, along with a clipping system, integrated support for version control systems like Perforce and Subversion, Automator workflows, the ability to read (and write) files stored in Zip archives, and much more.

The Bottom Line

If you’re just getting started in Mac programming or Mac system administration and don’t want to spend money on an industrial-strength text editor, TextWrangler is perfect for the job. Even if you’re not a code monkey or an IT monkey, having a powerful text editor can save you a lot of time and work when it comes to searching and transforming text-based documents you might be working with.

If, for some reason, you’re averse to downloading apps from the Mac App Store, TextWrangler is also available for download directly from Bare Bones’ web site









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When it comes to acquiring smaller companies, Apple has a bit of a history of trying to make it all happen as quiet as possible. Sometimes it works and other times, well it doesn’t work out so well at all and folks spill the beans on them well before Apple is ready.

In the case of BookLamp, otherwise known as ‘Pandora For Books’ it seems they might have once again had their cover blown. Although the report from TechCrunch notes it happened earlier this year, if the report is correct that secrecy has finally come to an end.


TechCrunch has learned that Apple has made another acquisition, one that it is using to boost its e-books effort and “beat Amazon at its own game.” It has bought BookLamp, a startup based out of Boise, Idaho, that developed big data-style book analytics services. A second source says Apple bought BookLamp’s employees and technology for a price that was “higher than $ 10 million, and lower than $ 15 million.”

BookLamp’s most well-known product was the Book Genome Project, a platform that let users find suggestions for books to read based on natural language analysis of other titles. BookLamp’s tech and talent could help Apple improve its iBooks service with better recommendations, search, and categorization.

At this point, the deal remains unconfirmed by Apple but TechCrunch has amassed a ton of supporting evidence to go along with the tips that it has indeed happened. The BookLamp site has been shut down, there’s offices being maintained but no one reportedly works in them. And perhaps the biggest clue, no one from the core team who was working there at the time of shutdown has changed their employer status as of yet.

Update – Apple has now confirmed the purchase to Re/Code simply stating: “Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time, and we generally do not discuss our purpose or plans,” offering no further comment on the matter.

Source: TechCrunch









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Summer vacations are just made for the great outdoors. Whether you’re in your backyard, at the local park, at a national park, or hiking halfway around the world, there’s an amazing amount of plants and flowers, bugs and birds, rocks and streams to see and enjoy. Best of all, if you have your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, the Camera app means you really can bring it all home with you. What’s more, if you have iPhoto on your Mac, you can have even more fun. You can have a real book printed and bound on real paper so you can share it with your family and friends. For kids — or kids of all ages — it’s a great project that not only lets you relive your adventures but record them for everyone!

Getting started with iPhoto on Mac

Before you even launch iPhoto, make sure you shoot a bunch pictures. Shoot the trip to get there. Shoot again cool signs you see along the way. Shoot the name of the place or park you’re visiting. All of that will help you establish where you are. Then just shoot all the amazing things you see. Get some photos that show the landscape, the trees, and the surroundings. Get some shots that show the people you’re with. Make sure they take some shots of you too! Don’t be afraid to get in close. Really close! Capture all the sights and textures and things that shine in the sun, glisten in the rain, creep, or crawl, or fly, or swim around you. Nature is wondrous diversity. Capture as much of it as you can!

Once you’ve gotten more than enough photos, and you’re back home safe and sound, you’re ready to share!

  1. Launch iPhoto on your Mac. (it’s free and comes with OS X, the software that runs your Mac.)
  2. If you use iCloud and Photo Stream, wait for your photos to sync over. If you took a lot, it may take several minutes, even on a fast Wi-Fi connection.
  3. If you don’t use iCloud, or you want to go even faster, connect your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to your Mac using your Lightning or 30-pin Dock connector and sync your Camera Roll to iPhoto over USB.
  4. Select the photos you want to use in your book.
  5. Click on the Share button at the bottom right.
  6. Click on Book.
  7. Choose the format (hardcover, wired, etc.), style (picture book, journal, etc.), size (L, XL, etc.), and color of the book project you want to start.
  8. Click on Create.
  9. Click on each page to edit the photos and text.
  10. Click on Buy Book once you’re done.

Apple offers a ton of options for your book. You can choose between hard cover and soft cover, and whether you want it wire bound or not. You can pick the theme by either using the drop down (handy if you already know which one you want), or the carousel to browse them all (handy if this is your first book).

You can choose the size at the bottom left, either large (L) or extra large (XL), and the paper color at the bottom right.

Once you’ve picked all that and created your new book project, you can still change your mind about the theme using the “change theme” button at the top right.

iPhoto will pre-populate your book with all the photos you chose. If you haven’t chosen enough photos to fill the book, you’ll need to choose more photos, change the page layout to show fewer photos per page, or even repeat a few of your favorites.

Click on a page to change the layout, photos, arrangement, options, or text. Click on a photo or text block to move or edit it, or click on Options to add things like borders or captions.

Once you’re done and happy, click Buy Book and Apple will get the process started!

Bottom line

Digital is glorious. Digital is beautiful. But for some things, for some people, you just want a real book to hold in your hands, real pages to flip between your fingers, and real printing to splash beautiful photographic light across your eyes. From coffee table compendiums to National Geographic magazine, there’s a long, proud history of nature books and journals and, thanks to Apple and iPhoto, anybody and everybody can make one of their very own.

If you visit a park or a mountain, a trail or chasm, your backyard or the beach, take photos with your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, and then make yourself a book with your memories, or make one as a gift for your friends or family. Either way, it’ll be enjoyed!









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Flying Alaska Airlines anytime soon? Then you’re going to want to download their updated app for iPhone. Alaskan Airlines has given their iPhone app a fresh new look.

Alaska Airlines is the seventh largest American airline and is based in Seattle. Head into the Apple App Store and you’ll find their iPhone app now sitting at version 3.0.

What’s new? The crew at Alaska Airlines revamped the entire look and feel of their app. The goal was to make navigation more intuitive, while keeping robust features in place for hassle-free travel. You can also now see a list of all your upcoming travel reservations with Alaska Airlines and jump to see the details of each flight.

We’re really liking how the new Alaska Airlines app is looking. Fly Alaska Airlines often? Download the updated app and let us know what you think of the new interface!

Via: @AlaskaAir









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Today only: Purchase the RevJams FlipBack Smart Cover with Stand for iPhone 5/5S and save 63%

The FlipBack Cover is the smart and perfect choice for full protection of your device. Its 2 in 1 solution offers the standard protection of a case, plus a flexible cover that protects your iPhone’s display and keeps your messages, calls and app updates private. If that’s not enough, fold the cover into your own personal viewing stand!









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Apple’s new MacBook Air ad shows off a ton of stickers that can be used to give your, in some cases well-loved, Mac some custom, cartoon, cultural, or just plain crazy flare. So, if you see one that catches your attention, that you think would look simply smashing on the back of your MacBook Air, where can you get it? TUAW has put together a list.

Not every sticker Apple shown is actually available for purchase… anywhere. Others are clearly inspired by decals you can buy, but they’re not exactly the same. Apple definitely fabricated some of these specifically for the ad itself, but others are available for you to buy right this minute.

I’ve listed all of them, and noted their status. If there is a sticker similar to the one shown in the commercial, I’ve linked it. If not, I’ve linked an alternative for most that has a similar theme. Enjoy.

Check ‘ em out, and if you have have a favorite — in the ad or elsewhere — let me know what it is and where you can get it!









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Earlier this week Apple reaffirmed to iMore that it had never worked with any government agency to create a backdoor in any product or service. That was in answer to questions raised by Jonathan Zdziarski concerning iOS privacy and security. Apple has now published a new support page titled iOS: About diagnostic capabilities which elaborates on the services Zdziarski called out as data leaks. It does not, however, address vulnerabilities in passcode, pairing keys, or trusted device, though Apple typically does not address those types of things until they’ve pushed out patches. Here’s Apple’s full support article on the services:

iOS offers the following diagnostic capabilities to help enterprise IT departments, developers, and AppleCare troubleshoot issues.

Each of these diagnostic capabilities requires the user to have unlocked their device and agreed to trust another computer. Any data transmitted between the iOS device and trusted computer is encrypted with keys not shared with Apple. For users who have enabled iTunes Wi-Fi Sync on a trusted computer, these services may also be accessed wirelessly by that computer.

1. com.apple.mobile.pcapd

pcapd supports diagnostic packet capture from an iOS device to a trusted computer. This is useful for troubleshooting and diagnosing issues with apps on the device as well as enterprise VPN connections. You can find more information at developer.apple.com/library/ios/qa/qa1176.

2. com.apple.mobile.file_relay

file_relay supports limited copying of diagnostic data from a device. This service is separate from user-generated backups, does not have access to all data on the device, and respects iOS Data Protection. Apple engineering uses file_relay on internal devices to qualify customer configurations. AppleCare, with user consent, can also use this tool to gather relevant diagnostic data from users’ devices.

3. com.apple.mobile.house_arrest

house_arrest is used by iTunes to transfer documents to and from an iOS device for apps that support this functionality. This is also used by Xcode to assist in the transfer of test data to a device while an app is in development.

When Chinese TV called iOS a location tracker, Apple responded on the consumer facing portion of their Chinese website, and in much more direct-to-customer terms. It’s interesting to see Apple address the specific services in Zdziarski claims, but to address them in a support document, and to address them in technical terms.

Apple is already increasing the security in iOS 8. Hopefully diagnostics, pairing records, and any other newly discovered vectors will have their security increased as well, and soon.

Source: Apple Support









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The insanely popular free-to-play card game, Hearthstone, has launched their first expansion today called the Curse of Naxxramas. Themed after the floating Necropolis of Warcraft lore, Curse of Naxxramas will have five wings, each unlocked separately every week for the following month.

Instead of the usual online players versus player battles, Curse of Naxxramas will challenge single players to defeat scores of undead and other grisly abominations for the chance to win one of 30 new, exclusive, legendary cards. Beat it, and you can have another go in the considerably tougher Heroic mode of the wing. In addition to the 15 bosses and their heroic counterparts, there are 9 class challenges available.

The first section, The Arachnid Quarter, will be available for free through the whole first month and will stay unlocked for anybody that gives it a try during the launch period. The subsequent wings (Plague Quarter, Military Quarter, Construct Quarter, and Frostwyrm Lair) will cost 700 gold each to unlock, or a quick $ 6.99 in-app purchase. You can grab all five for $ 24.99, or $ 19.99 if you manage to snag the Arachnid Quarter first.

For those unfamiliar, Hearthstone is a turn-based fantasy card game where players build decks based on their favorite World of Warcraft classes, such as Hunter, Warlock, Paladin, and Mage. Players earn gold coins for completing daily challenges, which can be spent on booster packs with additional cards. Duplicate or unwanted cards can be disenchanted into dust, which can then be used to craft specific cards. Multiple game types appeal to just about every challenge level. Hit up our Hearthstone review for a deep dive.

I’m pretty excited for a strong single-player mode, though there will still be an online requirement to play them. Blizzard is framing Naxxramas as a distinct new game type with its own menu item, so it’s safe to assume more will be on the way. Anyone Hearthstone players out there? How high up the ranks have you climbed?









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