Linked by clusteruk on Mon 31st May 2010 08:46 UTC
Amiga & AROS The journey that started 18 months ago to create a next generation Amiga on commodity hardware has now reached its first major milestone by becoming a completely driver native Aros system powered by the energy efficient Intel Atom processor. This has been achieved with the supply of hardware and in some cases financial rewards to key developers in the Aros world. The plan with the following steps has been to create a base reference platform for Aros and the Amiga community to build on and support.
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RE[2]: Well done.
by BigBentheAussie on Mon 31st May 2010 18:32 UTC in reply to "RE: Well done."
BigBentheAussie
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2008-03-29

AmigaOS is owned by Hyperion actually.

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RE[3]: Well done.
by makc on Mon 31st May 2010 18:47 in reply to "RE[2]: Well done."
makc Member since:
2006-01-11

To the best of my knowledge, Amiga Inc. still owns the rights of the Amiga brand.
The dispute has ended last year, with a settlement granting Hyperion Entertainement CVBA the exclusive rights on the AmigaOS trademark and the right to use related trakemarks and logos.

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RE[4]: Well done.
by dylansmrjones on Mon 31st May 2010 23:31 in reply to "RE[3]: Well done."
dylansmrjones Member since:
2005-10-02

Amiga Inc. owns the Amiga trademark, but Hyperion (and several other entities) are the owners of AmigaOS 4.x and newer (perhaps with some parts still owned by Amiga Inc. but these are covered by the grant of various exclusive rights).

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