3ART Technologies News & Updates


Web Designing & Development How to Start

Posted On 9/23/2020

There are few general key point before starting web engineering

  1. Always be honest with your work. 
  2. Don't loss the hope, if you did not get the solutions.
  3. Always struggle again and again. 
  4. If you stuck and did not think the new ideas or solution then change the environment then get b...

DotNetNuke Or DNN A CMS For True Extensibility

Posted On 3/6/2020

Why 3ART Technologies Prefer DNN As CMS?

Needless to say, that an updated website is the paramount asset for a company to keep standing up confidently, as well as staying competitively. To continually update content using the right website content management system (CMS) is one of the main solutions to keep grabbing the top positions...

New Google Chrome feature tells you if your accounts have been hacked – here's how to use it

Posted On 12/12/2019

Google Chrome has a new feature that will warn you if your login details have been leaked in a data breach, so you can take action by checking your accounts for unauthorized use and changing your passwords to secure them.

The new tool is part of Chrome 79, which is rolling out now for desktop devices. Whenever you log into a site using...

Goodbye old friend Microsoft to end support for Windows 7 in one year

Posted On 1/15/2019

It’s not surprising to see PC users running an old version of Windows. Whether they refuse to switch to Windows 10’s service model or their IT department is lazy, it’s still pretty common to see PC’s running Windows 7.

It might be a good time to move on now. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or f...

Google’s Doodle contest for kids returns with $80K in prizes

Posted On 1/13/2019

The “Doodle For Google” contest is open for submissions from US children in grades K-12 again, this year with more than $80K in prizes for the national winner.

The annual contest kicked off earlier this week with a performance by everyone’s favorite muppet… and a felt frog. If you’re a kid, this happened ...

Keep your digital life secure with these 6 simple tricks

Posted On 1/13/2019

As technologies change, so does the advice security experts give for how to best stay safe. As 2019 begins, I’ve pulled together a short list of suggestions for keeping your digital life secure and free of manipulative disinformation.

  1. Set your boundaries and stick to them
    As part of my res...

Square launches SDK to help mobile developers take in-app payments

Posted On 1/11/2019

Square, the payments app founded by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, is making it easier for app developers to charge customers within their mobile experiences. Today, the company launched its new Square In-App Payments Software Development Kit (SDK), which is available for iOS, Android, and Goo...

Microsoft suggests Fortnite PS4 vs. Xbox One cross-play could happen

Posted On 12/8/2018

Microsoft first announced support for cross-platform play at E3 2016, but Sony has resisted supporting PS4 vs. Xbox One gaming. In a surprise announcement yesterday, Epic Games revealed Fortnite will support cross-play and cross-progression between the PlayStation 4, PC, Mac, iOS, and eventually the Android versions of the game. The Xbox One was...

Microsoft releases updates to protect Surface devices against Meltdown and Spectre

Posted On 12/8/2018

Microsoft just released several updates aimed at helping protect Surface devices from the two security vulnerabilities exposed by CPU bugs. The two bugs, nicknamed Meltdown and Spectre, affect almost every device made in the past 20 years, including AMD, ARM, and Intel systems and processors.

Installing the newest patch is one of ...

Google failed projects, services and products

Posted On 12/8/2018

Like Facebook, Microsoft, and Apple, Google has made room for new projects by ditching others. We explore Google's biggest failures including Google Glass, Google Waves and


Here’s a look at what Google has waved goodbye to so far... 


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