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September 28, 2023

Vivaldi launches an iOS version of its browser TechCrunch Ivan Mehta on September 28, 2023 at 7:00 am

Almost eight years after former Opera CEO Jon von Tetzchner launched a new browser for desktop users, his company named Vivaldi has introduced its iOS version today. As it’s mandatory for browsers on iOS today to use WebKit as the core engine, Vivaldi uses the same engine. Von Tetzchner told TechCrunch that this was the […]

African VC firm Enza Capital launches founder partner program as it closes $58M across funds TechCrunch Tage Kene-Okafor on September 28, 2023 at 7:04 am

Enza Capital, a venture capital firm that backs startups “organizing the offline online” and “digitizing key African industries,” has closed $58 million across two funds. In 2019, the company launched an early-stage fund to “find, back, and help build category-defining startups” in the pre-seed and seed stages. The fund is still active and has invested […]

Investors taking 30% of a startup in a round are short-sighted TechCrunch Haje Jan Kamps on September 28, 2023 at 7:06 am

Over the last couple of months I’ve spoken to a number of early-stage investors — both angels and VCs — who seem to be proud of having been able to take 25-30% of a startup’s equity in an early-stage funding round. In one case, an angel investor patted themselves on the back for “managing to […]

The Raspberry Pi 5 is here and looks yummier than ever TechCrunch Romain Dillet on September 28, 2023 at 6:00 am

Four years after the release of the Raspberry Pi 4, the Raspberry Pi team is back with a new small-but-mighty computer — the Raspberry Pi 5. It’s a worthy successor that features updated components with better specifications — and even some custom silicon. But first, you may not be familiar with the original concept behind […]

The Raspberry Pi 5 is finally here

Photo by Emma Roth / The Verge

Despite doubts that the Raspberry Pi 5 would launch this year, the latest version of the microcomputer has arrived with some notable upgrades at a $60 starting price. Not only is it supposed to perform better than its predecessor, but it’s also the first Raspberry Pi to come with in-house silicon.

Powering the brain of the Raspberry Pi 5 is a 64-bit quad-core Arm Cortex-A76 processor that runs at 2.4GHz, allowing for a two to three times performance boost when compared to the four-year-old Raspberry Pi 4. The device also comes with an 800MHz VideoCore VII graphics chip that the Raspberry Pi Foundation says offers a “substantial uplift” in graphics performance.

I got to try out the device for myself. While I didn’t have time to do much…

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