How to install and use Chainfire3D on Samsung Galaxy S3? | ARM Preps Mali GPU for Low-cost Android Tablets | Yext Raises $27M More At A $270M Valuation | With $1.2M in funding, ValueAppeal launches pro version of property tax appeal service | Lovefilm introduces HD streaming in the UK

How to install and use Chainfire3D on Samsung Galaxy S3?

Posted by Jayceooi
Samsung Galaxy S III is equipped with ARM Mali-400 MP GPU (overclocked version of Samsung Galaxy S II). So Samsung Galaxy S3 can play Tegra, Snapdragon and PowerVR games with Chainfire3D’s help just like Samsung Galaxy S2. However, Chainfire3D was not updated for quite sometimes. So it does not support the latest NVIDIA Tegra 3 games. Or maybe it does? Anyway, if you have old Tegra 2, Snapdragon and PowerVR games and want to play them on Samsung Galaxy S3. Feel free to install Chainfire3D on Samsung Galaxy S3. Note – root access is required.
Not yet root Samsung Galaxy S3? No worry, just follow this guide to do so ~ How to root Samsung Galaxy S3 with CF-Root? (Video). And be sure[...]
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ARM Preps Mali GPU for Low-cost Android Tablets

Posted by PCWorld
ARM has developed a new, entry-level version of its Mali graphics processor that could help expand the market for low-cost Android tablets[...]
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Yext Raises $27M More At A $270M Valuation

Posted by TechCrunch
Yext, a company that helps local businesses synchronize their listings across 50 different sites, just announced that it has raised $27 million in Series E funding.Yext did not provide a valuation, but a source close to the company tells me that it was $270 million. The round was led Marker, a new fund launched by Rick Scanlon, founder of Crescent Point Capital Group. CrunchFund (whose investor AOL owns TechCrunch) also participated, as did past investors Sutter Hill Ventures, Institutional Venture Partners, and WGI Group[...]
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With $1.2M in funding, ValueAppeal launches pro version of property tax appeal service

Posted by VentureBeat
ValueAppeal has raised $1.2 million in a round of funding and it has launched a professional version of its service that enables people to appeal their property tax assessments.
The new pro service is aimed at financial and real estate professionals. It allows those professionals to easily add property tax appeal services to their core offerings for both existing and prospective new clients.
Charlie Walsh, chief executive of Seattle-based ValueAppeal, said the funding will enable the 40-employee company to continue to expand its technology and product development. To date, the company has raised $4.3 million in four rounds from angel investors. ValueAppeal launched in 2010 with its consumer-[...]
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Lovefilm introduces HD streaming in the UK

Posted by Wirefresh
The days of waiting patiently for the postie to arrive with your DVD of the latest blockbuster must surely be coming to the close with the news that�Lovefilm is introducing HD streaming.
After announcing an exclusive deal with NBCUniversal yesterday, Lovefilm have continued their charm offensive with the news that it will be offering�HD streaming for its “Instant” service.
Subscribers in the UK and Germany can regale in the glory of full 1080p content when accessing the service on a Mac or PC, and 720p when watching via Xbox 360 or Smart TV (UK only) at no extra cost.
The HD library currently only offers a small smattering of films, but that will increase as the service is rolled[...]
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