What’s Your Favorite App? LT Staffers Speak Up

It seems that smartphones own the world these days. According to the Pew Research Internet Project, fully 90% of American adults own a cell phone, and 58% of those cell phones are smartphones. If you’re in that 58%, you know just how handy it is to have that little piece of technology in your pocket. Many times my smartphone has helped to

An Apple ID Phishing Scam

Suppose your Apple ID login led you to another screen that asked you to provide such information as your full name, your credit card number (including expiration date and verification code), date of birth, phone number, and your mother’s maiden name… would you provide that information? I suppose whether you’d share this sort of information would depend upon how trusting you are

How To Change Your Email Signature in iOS7

If you’re one of the millions who are using mobile devices to take their work with them, then you know how important it is to have a professional email presence no matter what device you use. Part of that presence is a professional signature that lets you send messages from your phone or tablet with the same contact information as your desktop

MS-DOS Turns 30 Years Old

Today, July 27, 2011, marks the 30th birthday of MS-DOS. It was in 1981 when Microsoft purchased the rights for QDOS for $25,000. And it was the IBM/Microsoft partnership in 1981 that led to the release of MS-DOS 1.24 in the fall of that year. MS-DOS went on to become the standard operating system for the IBM PC (personal computer). It is