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A message to our customers

Leuven, Belgium - June 5th, 2004

A message to our customers

We would like to welcome you to our new site. Since our registration system changed, all of you that previously registered on the old site will have to re-register. The new system uses usernames instead of numbers, which should be easier to memorize.

To register, press the "new user" link to the left.



New Website online

Leuven, Belgium - June 5th, 2004

Hyperion Entertainment is proud to announce that our new web site is now online. The new site can be reached at www.hyperion-entertainment.biz.

The new site features an all-new dynamic content system that allows registered users to login on the front page. Logging in will give users access to otherwise restricted areas of the web site, including more download options.

New features will be added to the web site in the future.


AmigaOS 4.0 Developer Pre-Release will reach the dealers on May 21st, 2004.

Leuven, Belgium - May 13 2004.

After consultation with our German CD production partner, House of Audio, Hyperion Entertainment is pleased to announce that the Developer Pre-Release of AmigaOS 4.0 is now tentatively scheduled for May 21th, 2004.

The AmigaOS 4.0 CD will be distributed through your AmigaOne dealer.

Amiga OS 4.0 © 2004 Hyperion Entertainment, developed under license from KMOS, Inc. All rights reserved. “Amiga” and associated trademarks are registered trademarks of Amiga, Inc.


AmigaOS 4.0 Developer Pre-release goes gold

Leuven, Belgium - April 16, 2004.

Hyperion Entertainment and the Amiga OS 4.0 development team are extremely pleased and relieved to announce that after nearly 30 months of painstaking development the Amiga OS 4.0 Developer Pre-release has gone gold and will be sent to the duplication plant on Monday, April 19, 2004.


Amiga, Inc. Sells the Amiga Operating System, to focus on AmigaDE and the Mobile Market.

Amiga, Inc. announced today that it has sold the Amiga Operating System to KMOS, Inc, allowing Amiga, Inc to focus on the growing mobile market.


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