How to remove Dashboard as a "space" in Mac OS X Spaces?
I’m a big fan of the Spaces utility in Mac OS X that lets me have multiple virtual screens [see Set Up Mac Spaces] but one thing that bugs me is that the Dashboard app shows up as a space of its own. I don’t want that. How do I stop Dashboard appearing as one of my Spaces virtual workspaces?
Summly Is Being Put To Use In New Yahoo iPhone App
Yahoo recently acquired mobile startup Summly, and the company is already putting it to good use. CEO Marissa Mayer announced a new Yahoo iPhone app today, which takes advantage of Summly’s capabilities.
How to get started with Reeder Mac RSS reader?
Google Reader is going away. I read your article yesterday [see Export Subscriptions from Google Reader] and now I want to switch to a new app. In fact, you mentioned Reeder as a good application for the task, so I’m going to switch over to that. It’s $4.99, but, hey, that’s one cup of coffee at Starbucks, I think I can handle it. Got some tips?
Japan Gets iBookstore With Exclusive Titles From Apple
During the iPad Mini event last year, Apple announced native Asian language support would be coming to iBooks. Now iOS fans in Japan can take more advantage of this native support as the iBookstore has made its way over to the island nation.
How do I assign apps to specific Spaces on a Mac?
Thanks for your article on how to get Spaces set up on my MacBook Air [see: Turn on Spaces on Mountain Lion], but one thing I don’t get. I used to assign certain programs to always lauch and operate in a certain specific Space desktop. Now I can create Spaces, but I don’t see where I can assign, for example, Excel to always open in Space #2, etc. Can you help with this – am I missing something obvious?
Could A 128GB iPad Be In The Works?
As previously reported, a complete redesign is expected to grace the iPad 5, which is expected to be launched in October. A report from iLounge claims to have seen a “supposedly accurate” model of the iPad 5, saying it will be smaller than past (non-mini) models.
40 Billion Downloads Surpassed By Apple App Store
Apple announced on Monday that the App Store has surpassed 40 billion downloads. That’s unique downloads excluding re-downloads and updates. Nearly half of that came in last year alone. The company also says it has over 500 million active users, and surpassed over 2 billion downloads during the month of December.