bucksboy: This is going to sound annoying I know But perhaps you're no longer the person that those companies are aiming to sell things too? If it costs more to supply your needs (and people similar to you) than they'd gain in income, why would they do it?
Of course they'll happily tell you "You're very important to us, please subscribe to XYZ to support future development", it's called marketing.
I don't know what the answer is to a browser for RISC OS. Maybe you should look at alternate OSes. At least they browser would be cheaper and available right now.
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RISC OS 5 pictured running on ARM Cortex-A8 kit Picture exclusive - This grainy photograph shows a port of RISC OS 5, sourced from the RISC OS Open project, running on a Beagleboard - a device powered by a 600MHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor with a built-in graphics chip. The port, developed by Jeffrey Lee with help from Uwe Kall and ROOL staff, is seen as a major breakthrough for the shared-source project as it proves the OS can be ported to new hardware without the need for a large team of engineers. 75 comments, latest by rjek on 30/4/09 3:15PM. Published: 25 Apr 2009