Tag Archive: Mission


Apple debuts eco-friendly iOS wallpapers to promote its recycling mission

To help promote Apple’s ongoing Renew program — which encourages users to recycle their old Apple devices — Cupertino today released three new iOS 9 wallpapers to promote its mission. Designed by graphic artist Anthony Burrill, the wallpapers are entitled “Nature in Balance,” “Nature in Harmony,” and “Nature in Us,” and are available to download […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Apollo mission patches put stars in the eyes of a family

I had the kind of dad who brought his work home with him. That was OK since he was in the business of putting man on the moon. Each time there was a scheduled launch, my two brothers and I…Read more ›

Move Dashboard To Another Space Location in Mission Control for OS X

Move Dashboard within Spaces in OS X

Dashboard is the largely under loved and unappreciated feature of Mac OS X that gives you quick access to a variety of widgets, providing things like weather info, quick unit conversion, a dictionary, world clocks, and whatever else you have setup in there. The newer versions of OS X have turned Dashboard into a dedicated Space, making it a unique virtual desktop of sorts  [Read More…]

Move Dashboard To Another Space Location in Mission Control for OS X

Move Dashboard within Spaces in OS X

Dashboard is the largely under loved and unappreciated feature of Mac OS X that gives you quick access to a variety of widgets, providing things like weather info, quick unit conversion, a dictionary, world clocks, and whatever else you have setup in there. The newer versions of OS X have turned Dashboard into a dedicated Space, making it a unique virtual desktop of sorts  [Read More…]

5 iOS Games With A Mission

Not all iOS games are business ventures; some strive to bring awareness, educate, or do some good by supporting charitable causes. Here are five of the nicest iOS games ever created. The Game: Frog Minutes The Cause: Earthquake relief Developer…Read more ›

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Space Hulk Gets Free New Three Mission Campaign – ‘Messenger Of Purgatory’

Copenhagen-based games studio Full Control announced Monday a new, free, three mission campaign for its strategy game, Space Hulk, available for Mac and PC since last August. The turn-based Space Hulk, set in the Warhammer 40,000 sci-fi universe, is a re-creation of Games Workshop’s original two-player Space Hulk board game, itself released in 1989. The […]

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The Mission Cycling Wallet Keeps Your iPhone Safe And Ready To Use

The Mission Cycling Wallet is a lot like those iPhone card wallets you see all the time, only this one zips your iPhone safely inside, and lets it face out through a see-through screen so you can read it and use it without taking it out or opening the case. You can even use it […]

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Move Dashboard Around In Mission Control, Like Any Other Space [OS X Tips]

Dashboard As Space

Remember that the OS X Mavericks beta isn’t a final version—it’s meant to be used by developers to ensure that their software will work with Apple’s latest and greatest. With that disclaimer in mind, let’s check out yet another little feature in the beta.

Prior to OS X Mavericks beta, the Dashboard, loaded with useful widgets of all stripe, used to be limited to two states: disabled, or locked  [Read More…]

Quickly Navigate Mission Control Spaces With These Keyboard Tips [OS X Tips]

Desktop Mission Control

If you haven’t been using OS X’s Mission Control lately, you’re missing out. It’s a great way to separate out your apps, full screen and not, to be just that much more productive on your Mac.

Trouble is, it seems like a fairly mouse-centric system, with users encouraged to click on the different desktops across the top or the apps in the main window area to bring them up.  [Read More…]

Customize Mission Control To Show Only Windows From Current Desktop Space [OS X Tips]

Mission Control

When you activate Mission Control, it will show you all the windows for currently running apps, as in the screenshot above. If you click on a window that’s in a different Desktop Space, your Mac will swoosh you over to that window, taking you out of the Space you’re currently in.

To avoid that from happening, you can force Mission Control to only show you windows from open apps  [Read More…]